Robert Cafici

3rd Annual Robert Cafici PTSD Awareness Benefit

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Boots on the Ground NY and the family of Robert Cafici invite you to join us as we remember Robert and actively work for a brighter tomorrow.

Presale is over and Tickets are available at the Door.

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WHEN:  April 13, 2014

WHERE: 
The Main Event
1815 Broad Hollow Road
Farmingdale,NY 11735

COST:  $50 at the door

On April 13th 2014, the 3rd Annual Robert Cafici PTSD Benefit, to be held at The Main Event in Farmingdale, will allow the Long Island community to remember Robert and all of those like him who have struggled and lost.  But the brighter side of this benefit event is that it is also a day of hope in which awareness of those who still struggle in their own minds is brought to the forefront. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is all around us, and Boots on the Ground NY is committed to ensuring that our Heroes receive the help they need.  The funds raised by this event will help BOTG-NY continue to expand programs directed at raising community awareness and direct veteran support, including anonymous veteran support groups, the maintenance of our newly-opened Veteran Activity Center, which serves as a place for veterans to find the camaraderie of their peers in a healthy environment, and our veteran outreach programs, such as our food pantry and furniture program.

Boots on the Ground NY and the family of Robert Cafici invite you to join us as we remember Robert and actively work for a brighter tomorrow.

$42 for advance tickets, $50 at the door, cash bar, drink specials, top of the line buffet.  Ticket costs are tax deductible, special group pricing available, ask about a VIP table.

All proceeds go towards assisting Veterans coping with PTSD.  BOTG-NY maintains a Veterans Activity Center which offers group meetings and sanctuary for Veterans.  The building also houses all Boots on the Ground NY programs, including care packages processing, food pantries, and open houses for Veterans of all eras.

Robert Cafici was a Marine Combat Veteran who lost the battle with PTSD on December 18th, 2007. In 2012 his discharge was rightfully upgraded to an Honorable Discharge. In April of 2012 he was given Full Military Honors at his Memorial marker in Farmingdale. This is his legacy

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