Brawl for a Cause 2020

Join us in the Southern Exchange Cellar on Saturday, May 2nd for an inspirational night of fights and fundraising you'll never forget!

$34,022

414 supporters

$50,000 goal

Campaign Ended

Team Member

James Frost

$1,514

by 25 supporters

$2,500 goal

My name is James Frost and I am an active duty Service member. I have been in the service for 6 years and have completed one tour overseas during Operation Inherent Resolve. I have seen first hand what PTSD can do to a person and it is one of the hardest things to see. There is no reason a Veteran should be forgotten once their tour is done and they come home. 

Mission 22 is a non-profit who combats the ever-rising veteran suicide rate. Every day, more than twenty veterans are lost to suicide. Mission 22 wants to bring that number to zero. It does this with three main programs; veteran treatment programs, memorials and national awareness. Mission 22 provides treatment programs to veterans for Post-Traumatic Stress, Traumatic Brain Injury and other issues they might be facing. It organizes events and builds memorials to create social impact and awareness for these issues.  I have been deeply affected by this and have lost too many brothers and sisters to their demons. So please donate to this great cause!!

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In Memory of:

Sgt Sebastian Vazquez Beltran

March 23, 1997 ~ October 1, 2019 (age 22)

Sebastian Vazquez Beltran, age 22, passed away peacefully October 1st, 2019 in Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base. He was born March, 23 1997 in Puerto Rico. He was a loving son to Maria Beltran and Angel Vazquez, a dear older brother to Oscar Vazquez Beltran, a caring owner to Cali, and a loving boyfriend to Angeline Prakelt. He will be forever remembered by his many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Sebastian was known for the big remarkable smile he always had on his face. No matter the place, the time, or what was going on, he was always smiling. His smile would make you feel secure. His smile was something you couldn’t forget; it impacted everyone’s lives. He was a jokester at heart and always played around. He knew how to have fun and make everlasting memories.

Sebastian loved being a part of the West Chester community. He attended Fern Hill Elementary School, Pierce Middle School, and Henderson High School. After graduating in 2015, Sebastian enlisted in the Marine Corps. During his time on Active duty, he was first stationed in Okinawa, Japan for 2 years. Japan was a dream place he wanted to travel to because of his love for Japanese cars. He was later stationed in Oceanside, California for another two years. After constantly working hard in his MOS, Motor T, he ranked up and became Sargent in 2019. Sebastian had always told his mother and brother that he wanted to leave the military accomplishing a high rank. His family is truly proud of him. He got to travel the world and fulfil a goal of his to see what the world had to offer. While on Active duty, he also met new people that are now family to him. He grew bonds and made memories that will never be forgotten.

Sebastian and Oscar shared a passion for cars. As little kids, they talked about their future plans to open a garage and start their own mechanic shop. He had plans of moving back to West Chester with his mother and buying his own house. Growing up, Sebastian would watch over his little brother, Oscar, and took him under his wing. He was protective of Oscar and their mother. He did everything for them, including enlisting in the military.

Sebastian Vazquez Beltran will never be forgotten. He will rest in our hearts for eternity. He is in God’s arms now and in a better place. He has fought his battles and completed his mission. He will now rest in peace with no more sufferings.

Team Members

James

$1,514

25 supporters

Mark

$3,397

25 supporters

Mike

$2,045

26 supporters

Paige

$1,865

24 supporters

SaraBeth

$1,375

27 supporters

Tamara

$1,995

18 supporters

Chase

$2,265

14 supporters

Stevo'n (Coach Von)

$1,415

20 supporters

Lette

$1,060

26 supporters

Kenny

$1,860

14 supporters

Trell

$1,120

21 supporters

Sammy

$1,085

18 supporters

Event

MAY
2

Brawl for a Cause 2020

Saturday at 6:00 PM EDT

In Person

Add to Calendar 2020-05-02 18:00:00 America/New_York Brawl for a Cause 2020 On Saturday, May 2nd, we will welcome you back to the Brawling 20s, a prohibition style, Gatsby-Gala with charity boxing bouts, open bar, casino games, live entertainment, and a few surprises that you'll never forget. Join us at the Southern Exchange Cellar for the most inspirational and impactful fight night in the world. Wander around a world full of live music, flapper dancers, and philanthropists. Sneak into our secret speakeasy gameroom to gamble for amazing prizes. Get your spot ringside to see first-timers fight and fundraises for causes close to their hearts. Brawl 2020 will be a night you will never forget. Southern Exchange Ballrooms<br>200 Peachtree St #206, Atlanta, GA 30303, USA

On Saturday, May 2nd, we will welcome you back to the Brawling 20s, a prohibition style, Gatsby-Gala with charity boxing bouts, open bar, casino games, live entertainment, and a few surprises that you'll never forget. Join us at the Southern Exchange Cellar for the most inspirational and impactful fight night in the world. Wander around a world full of live music, flapper dancers, and philanthropists. Sneak into our secret speakeasy gameroom to gamble for amazing prizes. Get your spot ringside to see first-timers fight and fundraises for causes close to their hearts. Brawl 2020 will be a night you will never forget.

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Brawl for a Cause is one-part philanthropic fight night and one-part charitable trade show, exhibiting over 30 causes that first-time fighters are willing to fight and fundraise for. We train, equip and inspire everyday people to brawl for what they believe in most, through a 60-day personal development program culminating in the main event - a black tie, open bar, casino fight night with live entertainment and philanthropists from all over the country. Our nonprofit also funds and facilitates programming in the leadership development, youth programming, and self-defense classes spaces. To learn more, visit www.brawlforacause.com!

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