Laughter truly is the best medicine. An antidote to stress, pain, and conflict; humor opens our hearts, lightens our burdens, brings us hope, and connects us to others.
This powerful medicine helps our heroes recover as they transition from military to civilian life. It provides emotional and physical healing, and it prepares them to reach their life goals.
Laughs for the Troops creates events that bring people together in laughter, and also increase awareness of the plight that many military members face upon returning from combat. Traumatic brain injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder are common ailments among service members, and many of them suffer in silence. Laughs for the Troops helps heal those invisible wounds through humor.
Laughs for the Troops helps heal the invisible wounds of PTSD and TBI through humor.
Through events centered around humor, we help increase awareness and provide the support our troops need.
Some wounds are visible; some are not. Homecoming for members of the armed forces is a joyous occasion; however, many have wounds we cannot see.
Post-traumatic stress (PTSD) and traumatic brain injuries (TBI), caused by traumatic and life-threatening events, have a profound effect on our loved ones who have been deployed in support of our Nation.
Project Shock and Awe is a vintage 1969 Camaro that Laughs for the Troops is building to promote PTSD and TBI awareness. It will be showcased at several major car shows around the country and at Laughs for the Troops’ events for one year after completion.
Project Shock and Awe started when Mr. and Mrs. Todd Foust donated a beautiful, rust-free 1969 Camaro to help with…
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