BENEFITING: INTREPID FALLEN HEROES FUND
EVENT DATE: May 30, 2014
Please visit a truly compelling 60 Minutes video at the end of this message about the Invisible Wounds of War and why we all must help. Thank you.
In addition to your much appreciated online donation please take advantage of a night of celebration as Kalamazoo welcomes the Kalamazoo GROWLERS, our all new Collegiate Baseball Team in their home game season opener.
Kalamazoo Growlers vs Battle Creek Bombers
Friday - May 30, 2014, 7:05 pm at the Homer Stryker Field/Mayors’ Riverfront Park
Bring the whole family (or friends) and enjoy a complimentary Ballpark Frank, beverage and get a free official Kalamazoo Growlers Baseball Cap. Laugh at the hilarious shenanigans of the Growlers new team mascot. This is truly meant as a full night of fun entertainment.
Postgame events include an awesome fireworks display and live entertainment with the classic rock music of the Nicki Platinum Band.
Tickets purchased through the West Michigan Intrepid Foundation are $15 per seat of which $5 from every ticket sale will go directly to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund
For ticket sales call (269) 254-8219 or email your order to firstname.lastname@example.org
Cash, Checks and Credit Cards accepted.
About the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund:
The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund (IFHF) provides services in support of our military personnel severly injured in support of our nation.
These services are designed to improve the medical care provided to them and enhance their ability to return to miltary services or a productive and independent civilian life.
These services also demonstrate to the entire military community, the concern their fellow citizens have for them.
IFHF's current mission is to raise awareness and funding for the construction of five additional treament centers for the diagnosis and treatment of our military personnel suffering from Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) caused by improvised explosive devics blasts and Post Traumatic Stress (PTS).
100% of your donation goes directly to the support of our wounded military personnel.
Please visit http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/invisible-wounds-of-war/ for a truly compelling video about the Invisible Wounds of War.