2nd Annual Night of Hope for Heroes Gala is a grand success

 The Army and Navy Club at Farragut Square in Washington, DC was the perfect venue to raise money to provide PTSD/TBI treatments for our Veterans. Congressman Jim Banks, [pictured below] highlighted the extremely high suicide rates for our veterans.

The Army and Navy Club at Farragut Square in Washington, DC was the perfect venue to raise money to provide PTSD/TBI treatments for our Veterans. Congressman Jim Banks, [pictured below] highlighted the extremely high suicide rates for our veterans.

The Army and Navy Club at Farragut Square in Washington, DC served as a stately background for our 2017 Night of Hope for Heroes Gala.  Tables were sold out weeks before the event and the excitement of the guests filled the historic building with a new hope for recovery for our modern veterans.  

Congressman Jim Banks shared his story about running for office after returning home from his own military service in Afganistan and hopes to use his office to improve the lives of our veterans and active service military.  Travis Stoufer shared how he flew across the country and lived in Bethesda for six weeks in order to receive the FNS treatment at the Brain Wellness and Biofeedback Center that put his brain - and life - back together. 

Krista, his wife, also spoke from her own personal experience.  She described what their life was life with Travis before the FNS treatments and after.  She remarked that when they visited Travis after three weeks of treatment, her 13 year old said that on a scale of 0-10, their dad was back to a 12!!  His recovery exceeded their expectations.

The Brain Wellness Fund Board of Directors would like to thank all of those who supported the gala and sent donations to help our veterans and active service members get the treatments that they need to regain their lives. 

We are hoping that people will continue to donate - its not too late to change a life!  Just click on the donate button on the menu of this website. 

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