There is an old Cherokee story of the two wolves. The elder’s explain that everyone has two wolves inside. One is Fear: it is characterized by uncertainty, anxiety, worry and all of the things that limit and demobilize us. The other is Faith: it is characterized by courage, confidence, conviction and all the things that drive us forward in life.

Helping Unfortunate Individuals Live Courageous Lives.


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“Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I’ll try again tomorrow” –Mary Anne Radmacher

Our Vision is to help unfortunate individuals live courageous lives.

Our Mission is to inspire courage in broken individuals to allow them to lift themselves back to health and a positive contributor to society. We will help them develop this courage through Unbeatable Mind ™ integrative self-awareness, physical health, mental toughness, emotional resiliency, and discovering a positive purpose in life.

Populations we serve through direct action or through our partners:

  • Veterans with PTSD: There are an estimated 500,000 Veterans with PTSD and more than 22 suicides each day. We seek to support those who served and are suffering as a result.
  • Incarcerated adults and the teenage children of prisoners: Prisoner recidivism is 68% within 3 years of release, and the children of prisoners are at higher risk of going to prison themselves. We seek to support these individuals and families to help them courageously make better choices by taking responsibility for positive action.
  • Severely physical disabled: People with severe disabilities often lose hope and lack the courage to live life to its fullest. The suicide rate for spinal cord injured is 3 times higher than the general population. We seek to help these individuals find the courage to move beyond their disability and find purpose and joy again.
  • Abused women: 4.7 million women in the U.S. experience physical violence by an intimate partner every year and some 1500 are killed each year by their domestic partners. We seek to give these women the courage to get out of violent relationships and recover from this abuse.

All of these populations share tragic loss, a sense of hopelessness, a negative outlook and difficulty in finding a positive purpose in life.  Our process is to partner with organizations who can reach these populations, and bring founder Mark Divine’s groundbreaking Unbeatable Mind ™ Integrated Training to them to make a positive impact.


Now accepting tax-exempt donations to support this worthy cause.


Contact Courage Foundation today by calling (760) 634-1833 or email [email protected].