2018 Pickleball for Heroes to benefit Operation TBI Freedom
APEX SIMMS STREET CENTER
OUTDOOR PICKLEBALL COURTS
11706 W. 82ND AVE.
ARVADA, CO 80005
The pickleball community is proud to partner with Operation TBI Freedom, a program of Craig Hospital, in the 4th Annual Pickleball for Heroes tournament benefiting Colorado Veterans with brain injuries. High-level pickleball champions and novice players alike will compete in the tournament. Additional details about the tournament, including sponsorship opportunities and player registration information, will be posted as they become available.
Operation TBI Freedom is a 100% privately-funded organization and is sponsored by Craig Hospital, a 501(c)(3) organization. OTF services more than 350 Veterans and their families annually. The certified brain injury specialists and trained Veteran staff of OTF provide crisis counseling/management, suicide prevention, employment, volunteer and education assistance, emergency funding/food, mental and medical health referrals/support, adaptive equipment, outdoor recreation/therapy, and a variety of psychosocial educational programming, including financial management and parenting classes.
New! Join us February 22, 2018 for the Changing Lives Award Dinner
The first annual “Pickleball Ken Changing Lives Award" Dinner will recognize Ken and Sharon Marquardt for their commitment to the sport and the Pickleball community.
February 22, 2018
Community Recreation Center, 6842 Wadsworth Blvd., Arvada, CO
Dinner and Beverages $15
Proceeds from the awards dinner will benefit the Pickleball for Heroes Operation TBI Freedom fund at Craig Hospital.
To purchase tickets to the dinner, send your check made out to Jackie Gilligan to Jackie's attention at 5314 Newcombe Street, Arvada, CO. 80002.
Questions about the Changing Lives Award Dinner? Please email email@example.com for more information.
Can't attend, or wish to donate additional funds to Operation TBI Freedom? Click here to donate online via Craig Hospital's secure donation form.