2nd Annual Cpl. Chad O Family Fun Fair
Almost ten years ago, Cpl. Chad Eric Oligschlaeger passed away due to complications from a cornucopia of prescribed drugs to 'help' with his Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Also, did you know that every single day 22 Veterans take their own life? We, as a society, MUST do more to help and assist our Veterans returning home from duty that are suffering with PTSD. Almost ten years ago, Chad's Dad Eric, started the Cpl. Chad O Foundation for PTSD to make sure other families didn't have to experience the unneeded grief their family went through, and to give Veterans a different option to treat their PTSD. He enlisted the help of Dr. Tania Glenn who uses techniques (NO DRUGS) to disarm the part of the brain where PTSD resides and has been seeing tremendous results with the Veterans she's worked with. They do this as a FREE service to Veterans. Let's help them raise some serious cash at this year's Cpl. Chad O Family Fun Fair, April 29, at the VFW Post #10427, to help even more Veterans in 2017!
Make plans to attend the event TODAY and enjoy live music from Abraham Weaver and Kevin & Michelle, food from Billy Ray's Backyard BBQ, dancing, moon bounce, carnival games, live auction and raffle, all to raise money to help benefit Veterans suffering from PTSD! Eric Oligschlaeger and Dr. Tania Glenn stopped by Local Insights to tell you about the Veteran owned businesses and nonprofits that will be there and to encourage you to attend. Spread the word!
It's a fun time for the whole family to raise funds, awareness, and support, for individuals and families suffering from PTSD. Make plans to attend on 4/29 at VRF Post #10427, and help spread the word!
If you, or someone you know, are suffering from PTSD, please reach out to the Cpl. Chad O Foundation. They are here to help you for FREE, drug free!
OP Veteran is the new nonprofit that Eric Oligschlaeger mentioned during the interview. They have their 2nd Annual Spring Kickoff 4/15 to help benefit Motorcycle Missions!