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THREE EVENTS WITH ONE MISSION!
It’s time for our 2nd Annual Light Up To Live Clay Shoot. This a fun and engaging event that is always right on target. You can participate in the tournament, be an event sponsor or provide a donation in-kind to support the charity event taking place on Thursday, September 12, 2019, at Elm Fork Shooting Sports in Dallas, Texas.
You are invited to attend the 3rd annual Light Up To Live Golf Tournament that benefits our military men and women on their path to recovery. Join us on the golf course as an individual, team or as an event sponsor. The tournament will be held Friday, September 13, 2019, at Stonebriar Golf Club in Frisco, Texas. Visit our registration and sponsorship section to learn how you can help change our Veterans’ lives.
Join us for the Light Up To Live Gala to raise awareness and funds to help Veterans. This enlightening evening includes special guest speakers Major Scott Huesing (USMC Ret.), author of Echo in Ramadi; and retired Major League Baseball Icon, Roger “The Rocket” Clemens. There will be auctions, dinner and entertainment. Click to learn how you can participate or sponsor. The event is Saturday, September 14, 2019, at The Westin Stonebriar Hotel & Golf Club.
LIGHT UP TO LIVE
Light Up To Live Foundation puts polychromatic light therapy systems in the hands of members of the U.S. Armed Forces and Veterans suffering with the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress, TBI, pain and depression. We connect and support like-minded organizations, charities and services that benefit this community.
FUNDS RAISED DIRECTLY SUPPORT:
- Polychromatic LED Light Therapy Systems are purchased and donated to other charities that provide physical and emotional therapy to Veterans learning adaptive skills.
- Polychromatic LED Light Therapy Systems are donated for personal use by Veterans who can use the systems at home or away from their physical therapy center.
- Funding of Service Dogs trained specifically for use by Veterans living with Post-Traumatic Stress, TBI and physical injuries to enhance their daily adaptive living needs – including 18 months of training and five years of canine food and veterinary care.
VOLUNTEER SIGN UP
If you would like to volunteer to help with these events, please give us your information and we will contact you.