Light Up To Live is proud to announce a new partnership with Boots for Troops, an outstanding military support organization out of the Humble/Houston area that does amazing work for enlisted troops and Veterans. Our foundation will support their organization this year as they raise money for a service dog trained by the Patriotic Service Dog Foundation with an exciting truck raffle. A portion of the proceeds from tickets sold will fund the training to prepare a service dog to be paired with a Veteran in need. The goal is to raise $25,000 from the truck raffle to aid in funding the service dog.
For each entry purchased, a raffle ticket will be filled out with contact information and entered into the drawing to be commenced on stage October 17th, 2020 at Boots For Troops Concert in the Country. You do not need to be present to win.
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Have you registered for the 4th Annual Light Up To Live Golf Tournament and our 3rd Annual Clay Shoot? We still have spots available for these wonderful events being held to raise funds in support of helping our Veterans. These events sell out quickly, so don’t miss out on your chance to be part of fun-filled events that help provide hope and healing for our military heroes. You can also join forces with Light Up To Live as an event sponsor!
The Light Up To Live Gala, Auction & Concert is being moved from September 2020 to a new date in 2021 that will be announced in the near future. Due to COVID-19 and many events being rescheduled, the foundation is focusing on the outdoor Light Up To Live Clay Shoot and Light Up To Live Golf Tournament. In the meantime, our foundation will be working on transitioning the event for next year. Stay tuned for details. It promises to be bigger and better than ever. We thank you for your understanding and support as we continue to light a path to hope for our Veterans.
To learn about how you can be part of the Clay Shoot or Golf Tournament, go to the Events page.
While stress can take its toll on anyone, many of the members of our military are faced with the challenges of post-traumatic stress (PTS) after experiencing or witnessing combat-related events. One of the primary goals of Light Up To Live is to help Veterans that are struggling with this issue. In addition to providing polychromatic light therapy systems, we work with and provide support to likeminded organizations to help our military heroes find the support they need on their road to recovery. If you are a Veteran and would like to apply for a polychromatic light system, please click here to submit an application for consideration, There are also a number of resources where you can learn more and get treatment no matter where you live.
Did you know that in spite of restrictions for gathering and the April and May closure of most gyms, our friends at the Adaptive Training Foundation continue to ADAPT! It’s what they DO! Class 19 meets online several times a day to review all the elements that would be in their program if they were able to meet face to face. They discuss everything from physical exercise, mental and emotional coaching, to sharing goals and challenges, and much more. Light Up To Live Foundation is looking forward to delivering to each of the graduates of Class 19 a polychromatic light therapy system. This donation is made possible by the generosity of David and Jane Melone of InLight Therapy.
Show your love and appreciation for Dad and our Veterans with Light Up To Live Fan Gear! Give dad something meaningful that helps support our mission to lighting a path of hope and healing for Veterans in need. Click HERE to check out our gear!
Thank you to all who gave in support of our Veterans for North Texas Giving Tuesday! If you would still like to give or be part of our upcoming Clay Shoot on September 18, or Golf Tournament on October 2 please visit the Events page.
On June 14th, we honor our American flag, and all it stands for. Flag Day commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States on June 14, 1777, by resolution of the Second Continental Congress.
June 14th is also a celebration of the founding of the U.S. Army. It was established in 1775 when the Continental Congress authorized the enlistment of riflemen to serve the United Colonies for one year. Congress adopted “the American continental army” after reaching a consensus. Today, it is the largest branch of the U.S. military.