Magnus Veterans Foundation
Bridging the Gap to Fully Restore the Warrior Spirit
Through our founders’ collective experience as Special Operations Forces (SOF), we know holistic wellness ensures long-term optimal performance for warriors. True healing is intricate, multidimensional, and comprises a coordinated approach to the person’s body, mind, and spirit.
Our first order of business is the establishment of the Magnus Wellness Center (MVWC). This first-of-its-kind facility is located on a $3 million, 34-acre estate on the serene and beautiful Diamond Lake, in Dayton, Minnesota. Due to the generous donations we have received, our doors opened June 1, 2021.
The Magnus Wellness Center includes a medical and psychological health clinic. The Campus will also have a human performance facility, mindfulness spaces, artistic spaces, and multiple community engagement venues. ALL services are free to Veterans and their families*. Using our direct primary care model, we won’t ever bill a member’s insurance company. Meaning, no deductible, no co-pay, no cost for our care model. ALL services are provided through our Foundation from the donors who are dedicated to veterans, like we are; our community sponsors, individuals, and businesses who care.
The Magnus Veterans Foundation began through a generous donation from a Minnesota patriot that launched a vision for this magnificent site and purpose. The property was donated by Suzanne R. Rawlings and her late husband, Vincent E. Egan, a veteran and the creator of Sesame Street Live. Your donation will build upon their generosity to complete the foundations goals and offer opportunities for more veterans to heal and be honored.
*onboarding will include verification of eligibility