THE LATEST FROM THE FOUNDATION
During these stressful times, the Light Up [...]
MELONE FAMILY GIFT 100 POLYCHROMATIC LIGHT THERAPY SYSTEMS TO LIGHT UP TO LIVE FOUNDATION FOR VETERANS LIVING WITH POST TRAUMATIC STRESS
David and Jane Melone have donated 100 polychromatic light [...]
Randall Reed, Light Up To Live; co-founder; Erin, Veteran [...]
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LIGHT UP TO LIVE FOUNDATION GIFTS $35,000 TO FUND PATRIOTIC SERVICE DOG AND DONATES 3RD DOG FOR 2020 TRAINING
A gift of $35,000 is being made this week to [...]
THREE EVENTS WITH ONE MISSION!
Aim high and show your skills in the 2020 Light Up To Live Clay Shoot on Friday, Sept. 18, 2020 at Elm Fork Shooting Sports. The annual shoot will feature practice time, competitions, a catered lunch & awards. Stay tuned for a new date!
The 4th annual charitable golf tournament will be held Oct. 2, 2020 at the beautiful Cowboys Golf Club in Grapevine, Texas. It will feature 18-holes of golf, catered luncheon, awards & more!
Light up the night at the gala of the year. The 3rd annual Light Up To Live Gala & Auction features special guests, live music & the auction. Coming in 2021!
LIGHT UP TO LIVE
Light Up To Live Foundation provides polychromatic light therapy systems and highly trained service dogs to members of the U.S. Armed Forces and Veterans living with the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress, TBI, pain, and depression. The Dallas-based 501(c)(3) charity connects and supports like-minded organizations 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.
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