Operation Resurrection screening at the Capitol featured in Stars and Stripes article

The recent screening of the documentary “Operation Resurrection” was featured in an article in Stars and Stripes. The event was held at the Capitol Hill Visitor’s Center and was attended by a number of Congressional representatives and other interested parties. The presentation was another opportunity to increase awareness of the effects of Traumatic Brain Injury to those in Congress who can provide the resources to assist our veterans who are effected by this wound from our recent wars. Photos of the event can be viewed on our Facebook page at photos. You can view the handout given to those in attendance which list all the facts about TBI at Fact Sheet.


Great results from the Cash for Casual Day during the Veterans Day week

Thanks to the hard work from several board members and the generosity of many companies, the Foundation received over $14,000 for this event. We received donations from Careworks and the following law firms: Baker & Hostetler; Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease; Calfee Halter & Griswold. Thanks to all of these companies and their employees who participated in raising funds for our veterans with TBI.

Veterans Day duties and Operation Resurrection screening featured in Blaze article

theblaze_logo  A recent article in The Blaze discusses the importance of Veterans Day and how we all should assist those who have     returned from service in the military. The article discusses the signature wound from the recent wars, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and also highlights the upcoming screening of Operation Resurrection, a documentary about solutions for our returning Veterans who suffer from Traumatic Brain Injury.