Offshore Fishing

Save the Brave Offshore is the primary conduit of our veteran outreach programs providing offshore angling opportunities for veterans at no cost.  The program is centered around the Save The Brave philosophy that there is no pill, prescription, and no vaccination that can cure the effects of PTS better than connecting with fellow Veterans through shared experiences on the water.

Through our unique partnerships with local top offshore captains, guides, charters, and outfitters we are able to provide these healing experiences on the ocean while fishing for offshore and inshore game fish like Yellowtail, Dorado, and Tuna. From world renowned offshore fishing ports in San Diego, Huntington Beach, and South Padre Island in Texas, we target these offshore species. At Save The Brave we believe Saltwater Therapy is the best medicine for healing.



Other than its combat application, the art of Jiujitsu is a significant tool for psychological healing, personal growth, and physical health. The central teachings of the Brazilian Jiujitsu (BJJ) are based on relaxing and settling down when confronted with uncomfortable situations.

Additionally, this martial art provides an efficient form of exercise with an extraordinarily friendly and relaxed social atmosphere that incorporates people from different diversities.

STB Jiujitsu tuition sponsorship is currently available at approved training facilities

San Pedro, CA

South Gate, CA

Murrieta, CA

La Quinta, CA

Temecula, CA

Corona, CA

As our newest program, we are accepting 10 SoCal veteran applicants for year 2022. The STB Jiujitsu tuition sponsorship is currently available at an approved Southern California training facility. Applicants must live within a 25-mile radius from a Save the Brave approved training facility. If you do not live within the 25-mile radius we can discuss your options once your interest form has been submitted. To apply to the STB jiujitsu program or learn more about future event seminars, sign up today and an STB intake coordinator will reach out soon!



The Save the Brave Scholarship Program was established to honor the memories of our fallen warriors who served in combat and those who died to suicide, still fighting battles that never left them. Our scholarships honor:

The STB Scholarship Program will award a $10,000 individual scholarship for academic advancement annually to surviving children, spouses or siblings of veterans who have committed suicide.  Scholarships will be awarded for those seeking educational advancement at a college, university, vocational school, or in the culinary arts. 

Scholarship Application Criteria

  • Applicant must provide certification of direct relationship to a former active duty or reserve service member in the form of birth certificate and accompanying DD214
  • Applicant must submit a written application and supporting documents, and agree to an interview process with members of the STB Advisory Board for Scholarships and Education and any other STB Board members as required
  • Must be accepted, in writing to an accredited college, university, vocational, or culinary program
  • Scholarship may be awarded to a full-time or part-time student, either enrolled in online, distance learning, or in a traditional classroom or on-campus setting

Scholarship Requirements

  • Recipients must maintain an annual GPA of 2.5 annually and provide documentation via transcript or report card from academic institution to the Advisory Board each semester or quarter to maintain eligibility
  • Scholarship will be re-awarded to qualified applicants granted that the meet the criteria above annually
  • Scholarship will be presented in public and recipients must agree in writing to allow the use of name and photo for announcement purposes
  • Awardees will notify the Advisory Board of any changes to academic status or hardship at any time the scholarship is in effect.
  • Awardees will notify Advisory Board of pending graduation dates and matriculation ceremonies 

Scholarship Documents



Please click the button below to initiate your application. This is to have your information on file and to contact you about submitting your forms and documentation. You do not need to submit your application form or supporting documents at this time.

Kayla Turner