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Save 100 Lives Campaign

Trey Taylor “Melodies of Honor” Concert

Celebrating our Veterans and Donors in the Save 100 Lives Campaign

 

Trey Taylor is a unique combination of Country Singer, composer,

public speaker, philanthropist, and a true entrepreneur in entertainment!

Learn more about Trey at www.TreyTaylorMusic.com

January 14, 2024 - Donor Celebration Event      It was a truly wonderful evening.

We'll post some photos and videos soon,

Thank you to all who attended despite the winter storm weather. We are VERY, VERY grateful for you!!

Hosted by The Chef's Table

500 S. 3rd St, Milwaukee, WI  53204    www.chefs-tablemke.com

The Save 100 Lives Campaign is a fundraising initiative to provide free retreats for veterans who are struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), and other mental health challenges. The retreats will provide veterans with a safe and supportive environment to heal and recover.

The campaign is named after the 100,000 lives that have been lost to suicide by veterans since 9/11.

The goal of the campaign is to raise enough money for 100 veterans to attend a retreat, helping their emotional recovery and improving the quality of life for them, their families, and their community.

The Save 100 Lives Campaign is a collaborative effort between The Starfish Foundation, the non-profit organization that sponsors the Healing Warrior Hearts retreats, and Trey Taylor, who is gifting a concert

to thank the major donors to the campaign.

The campaign is also supported by individual donors and corporate sponsors.

Here are some ways you can help the Save 100 Lives Campaign:

  • Donate money to the campaign.

  • Volunteer your time to help as staff for a retreat.

  • Spread the word about the campaign to friends, family, and colleagues.

  • Encourage your employer to match your donation to the campaign.

Every little bit helps. By working together, we CAN Save 100 Lives!

https://starfishfound.networkforgood.com/projects/201934-save-100-lives

For more information contact

Patricia Clason  (414) 374-5433

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