Pearland fundraiser to bring PTSD out from the shadows

September 22, 2017 by  

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a hidden affliction that can affect military personnel, and Pearland will be the location of an event that will bring this condition from the shadows and into the light.

During the Wounded Warrior Watch Jamboree and Auction will be a daylong celebration that has a goal of raising funds for Camp Hope, which is an organization dedicated to lending those with PTSD a helping hand. There will be lots to see and do for people of all ages, and there will be a special kids’; zone for the little ones. The adults can enjoy browsing through the displays that will be set up by local businesses, and live entertainment is also on the agenda.

While the festivities were originally planned to run for three days, due to the impact of Hurricane Harvey, the organizers have scaled it back to just one day. They noted that it will still be lots of fun, and hope that everyone will come out and join in the excitement. A local printer will be able to provide marketing services for an event like this to help ensure it will be a success.

The Wounded Warrior Watch Jamboree 2017 will be held on October 21 in Billy’s Hall in Pearland. More details can be found on the organizer’s website.