Team Luke Hope For Minds Raises Brain Injury Awareness
March 3rd is Team Luke Hope for Minds 3-3-3 Day in Lubbock. Tim Siegel and the Team Luke organization is tirelessly trying to raise awareness and funds for traumatic brain injuries and the families that deal with them.
The City of Lubbock officially made March 3rd a special day via a press release:
Mayor Dan Pope joins Tim Siegel in reminding the public that March 3 is Team Luke Hope for Minds 3-3-3 Day. Team Luke Hope for Minds is announcing its 3-3-3 Campaign as March is Brain Injury Awareness month. On March 3, Team Luke Hope for Minds asks everyone in Lubbock to wear green, which is the color for brain injury awareness, and visit the Team Luke website, https://www.teamlukehopeforminds.org/ to donate, or to help spread awareness about the organization.
Team Luke joins with this cause to focus public attention on providing education, information, and support for families and individuals who are dealing with a brain injury. Please go to website for more information.
Tim Siegel joined The Raiderland this morning sharing all of the powerful work that Team Luke Hope for Minds saying that the non-profit organization has received more than 40-heart breaking applications for help this year already.
Siegel said that he doesn't want to turn away any family looking for help, financially or otherwise. These donations go directly to families with children who have brain injuries. In the past three years, Team Luke Hope for Minds has given over $800,000 to families who need it.
You can donate to Team Luke by texting "LUKE3 to 76278".