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Help Raise Awareness for LifeQuest and the Invisible Wounds of War

By The ITS Crew

We’d like to draw your attention to a very worthy cause today. LifeQuest, a 100% non-profit group, has helped over 500 wounded soldiers with physical training, return to duty and adventure programs since 2009.

Based in Colorado Springs, their  transitional programs and techniques facilitate personal growth, leadership skills and positive change for our military’s wounded, ill and injured through the use of fitness and adventure based learning.

LifeQuest currently has an ongoing fundraiser to raise awareness of the “invisible wounds of war,” notably TBI and PTSD (Traumatic Brain Injury and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder).

We’d encourage everyone to donate if you can, please head over to the LifeQuest Website to learn more or find them on Facebook.

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Discussion

2 comments
Mustang
Mustang

Just a thought..can we donate "On Behalf Of" ITS? I would think that if we are not directly affiliated with the operational end of ITS, it shouldn't be construed as some kind of advertisement. I do think that a team effort from ITS members would be a good idea, show some solidarity, etc.

Another thought, would be to poll the tactical equipment community (TEC), and create some kind of matching fund, i.e. the TEC will match dollar for dollar what the individual members generate, over a fixed period of time, and donate that to the cause.

Mustang

Mustang
Mustang

Just a thought..can we donate "On Behalf Of" ITS? I would think that if we are not directly affiliated with the operational end of ITS, it shouldn't be construed as some kind of advertisement. I do think that a team effort from ITS members would be a good idea, show some solidarity, etc. Another thought, would be to poll the tactical equipment community (TEC), and create some kind of matching fund, i.e. the TEC will match dollar for dollar what the individual members generate, over a fixed period of time, and donate that to the cause. Mustang

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