Honor our fallen heroes!
So many of our military men and women have made the ultimate sacrifice and earned our undying gratitude.
Please help us honor them together by sponsoring, dedicating and displaying an American Flag in their great name at Light Up To Live’s Valor Charity Golf Tournament.
Light Up To Live, a Foundation founded by Randall and Sherry Reed, “puts polychromatic light therapy systems in the hands of members of the U.S. Armed Forces and veterans suffering with the effects of PTSD, TBI, pain and depression. We connect and support like-minded organizations, charities and services that benefit this community,” said Randall Reed, founder of Light up to Live Foundation. “Our military men and women give so much. Sherry and our family wanted to do all we could to add a little light, relief, and a path back home.”
The Valor Charity Golf Tournament will be on Saturday, September 21, 2018, at the Cowboys Golf club located at 1600 Fairway Dr., Grapevine, Texas. The tournament is one of three special events taking place Sept. 21-22 to support Veteran-related charities.
When you sponsor a fallen hero, your donation will be marked with a flag at the 18 on-site memorials. You can sponsor multiple flags to help reach our goal of 100 flags to be flying for those who so bravely gave all. The American flags of honor will be placed around at each hole and across the course to serve as a powerful reminder and example of inspiration to pay tribute and give thanks to our amazing armed forces.
In addition, a military hero will have his or her name placed on the Valor Military Sign of Honor that will be proudly and prominently displayed during the event.
The cost is $100 to sponsor a Memorial Flag, and all funds raised directly support:
- Donating Polychromatic Light Therapy devices to support Veterans in need.
- Fund state-of-the-art other medical assistance, travel, accommodations, food and family support for those in need and those suffering with conditions such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).