The CADD Foundation invites you to a Happy Hour Fundraiser supporting the Travis Manion Foundation and the Warrior Canine Connection
Join us at our Happy Hour Fundraiser as we raise money to support an outstanding cause – enriching the lives of returning military service members/veterans, Gold Star Families and First Responders. >> RSVP HERE!
- Your ticket includes dinner, drinks, and the chance to win great raffle prizes
- We'll have live music all night! Our awesome band features special CADD Microsystems folks – Jeff Gravatte, Marissa Gagne and Brandon Meitz!
- We’ve got spectacular packages up for auction, including
- Overnight stays at luxury hotels
- An Annapolis Sailing Excursion
- Nats, Caps, Wizards and Ravens tickets and autographed memorabilia
ABOUT THE HAPPY HOUR:
WHEN: Thursday, October 20, from 5-9pm.
WHERE: 6361 Walker Lane, Alexandria VA 22310
WHAT: Live music from SPECIAL guests, food & beverages, raffles, a silent auction and good old-fashioned fun.
We are requesting a $30 donation to attend the Happy Hour Fundraiser if you purchase your ticket now, or $35 at the door. All donations are tax deductible.
If you cant make the event but would still like to support the fundraiser, you can donate here
with our appreciation!
ABOUT THE BENEFICIARIES:
The Travis Manion Foundation
engages with veterans and families of the fallen in all stages of their personal journeys. Through Mentorship and Advocacy, Expeditions, Character Does Matter, and the 9/11 Heroes Run, veterans and families of the fallen are leading in their communities. Foundation ambassadors challenge veterans and survivors to lead the “If Not Me, Then Who…” movement and inspire others to continue the service to community and country exemplified by the nation’s fallen heroes.
The Warrior Canine Connection
is a pioneering organization that uses clinically based Canine Connection Therapy to help wounded Warriors reconnect with life, their families, their communities, and each other. Warriors interact with dogs from birth through adulthood, training these dogs to act as service dogs for other wounded Warriors. Warrior Trainers benefit from the animal-human connection, while wounded Warriors receive the essential support that a service dog can provide.