Mountain Seed Foundation, a non-profit focused on “empowering families beyond war” is gaining recognition for its impactful work with Ukrainian refugees in the Netflix documentary “Camp Courage” and a recent article on Deadline.
As reported by the Ukrinform correspondent, the screening of the documentary, which has been available on the Netflix streaming platform since October 15, took place at the GRND restaurant in the presence of representatives of the Ukrainian community and diplomats.
Camp Courage director and MSF volunteers Max Lowe.
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Each mother and child achieved mental and physical summits that they will carry with them forever. They overcame fears, found peace within themselves, and established a community that will reach far beyond their time in the mountains.
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Schmidt had been assisting families through The Mountain Seed Foundation, a nonprofit he established in 2021 to aid people from war-torn countries.
Mountain Seed Foundation was established in 2021 with an aim to help children and their families caught in the war zones of Europe, particularly in Ukraine. Veteran-led, they understand the traumas youth will endure as a result of war and associated struggles. Mountain-based camps provide an atmosphere carefully designed to heal through art, therapy, skill-building, and mentoring from a team of professionals who volunteer their time.
Mountain Seed Foundation, a Virginia-based organization founded by an American veteran which works to heal children and families from war-torn countries like Ukraine, coordinated a healing and wellness retreat for 17 Ukrainian children.