Our vision is to become a beacon of inspiration and excellence in the world of basketball, shaping the lives of young athletes in Ventura County. We strive to foster a culture of growth, sportsmanship, and achievement, empowering individuals to reach their full potential both on and off the court
The mission of the Ventura Orcas is to empower and develop the next generation of basketball players by providing opportunities for growth, promoting health and safety, fostering mentorship, and instilling values of sportsmanship, teamwork, and personal excellence within a supportive and inclusive community.
Healing the Next Generation
Here to deliver a message about the Risk Factors around Exertional Sickli with Rhabdomyolysis feat: Dr Maisha
As rare as they say it is; Soldiers and Athletes have collapsed and died from Exertional Sickling with Rhabdomyolysis. We are here to help our Owner lead this conversation.
How do you manage your humanness experience?
The ability to create dialogue skills with people of all backgrounds allows for Inclusion and workability. We are bringing this work to our Basketball World.
How can we help them?
Hunters and fishermen once targeted killer whales. As a result, historical threats to killer whales included commercial hunting and culling to protect fisheries from killer whales. In addition, although live capture of killer whales for aquarium display and marine parks no longer occurs in the United States, it continues to remain a threat globally. Today, some killer whale populations face many other threats, including food limitations, chemical contaminants, and disturbances from vessel traffic and sound. Efforts to establish critical habitat, set protective regulations, and restore prey stocks are essential to conservation, especially for the endangered Southern Resident killer whale population.
We know that Veteran Suicide is more than 22 a day. We are here to help Veterans connect with other Veterans who can relate to this conversation and teach them how to find what’s next. We miss that brotherhood and we miss that meaning of life that gave us so much value of life. Transitioning out of the Military can be challenging for some. Remember we not afraid to die and we have been trained to survive life. Let’s teach us how to live life . Athletes are no different when their career ends.
Owner Farron Dozier speaks out