Donations may be sent to:
Sticks for Soldiers, Inc.
PO Box 475
Fairfield, CT 06824-0475
Checks made payable to:
Sticks for Soldiers Inc.,
Memo note: 2019 S4S
S4S is a 501(c)(3) Tax exempt organization
recognized by the IRS. EIN # 46-0962202.
We can make a difference, and you can help. This is an all-volunteer effort. If interested in additional information, to donate, become a sponsor, volunteer or to secure a team spot in this year's tournament, please contact Jeff Casucci, President of Sticks for Soldiers, Inc, and tournament director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Young Americans too often come back from foreign wars with life-changing wounds. As we carry on with our lives, they struggle for the rest of theirs.
To help ease that struggle, the Fairfield Ludlowe High School boys lacrosse program is hosting the 14th Annual Sticks for Soldiers Thanksgiving Lacrosse Classic on Saturday, November 30th, 2019.
PLEASE JOIN US IN RAISING FUNDS AND AWARENESS FOR THESE HEROIC AMERICANS.
Last year, 50 boys and girls teams that included nearly 850 high school athletes raised over $100,000. In 13 years, nearly $900,000 has been donated locally to wounded servicemen and their families.
THE POWER OF THIS TOURNAMENT GOES WELL BEYOND MUCH-NEEDED FINANCIAL SUPPORT.
It also raises awareness. All of us tend to forget. For high school athletes, the chance to compete and raise money for wounded men and women just a few years older than themselves is unforgettable.
THIS THANKSGIVING, PLEASE HELP US GIVE THANKS. To men and women who changed their lives to protect ours.
The 14th Annual Sticks for Soldiers Thanksgiving Lacrosse Classic
Saturday, November 30, 2019
Fairfield Ludlowe High School
Fairfield, CT 06824
Sticks for Soldiers is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charity lacrosse tournament held in Fairfield, Connecticut. Its dual mission is to raise financial support for the service men and women who put their lives on the line for our country, while also raising awareness of their sacrifice to our high school youth. Through their play and fund-raising participation, the athletes can demonstrate their tangible thanks and support.
The tournament, held always on Thanksgiving Saturday, has raised over $875,000 in the 13 years, and is an anticipated regional fall-ball competition. Varsity and sub-varsity teams from Tri-State area high schools will participate in
a 7 vs 7 tournament game format where each team will play at least 3 games. Team entry fees, T-shirt sales, silent auction, sponsors, raffles and private donations will be donated to this year's cause. The tournament will start at 9:00 am and conclude by approximately 3:30 pm. There is a mid-day ceremony to honor the beneficiaries.