"I'm honored to host Cannabis 4 The Cause at my Alma-Matter. My dream of playing in the NFL materialized on the Mesa 20 years ago & I'm proud to bring back my message of healing and promise of a brighter tomorrow for those striving for greatness today." -Kyle Turley
SAN DIEGO (PRWEB) December 02, 2017
A day of discussions, music and fine art to benefit sufferers of Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD) and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE).
Date: Saturday, December 9th Location: SDSU, Montezuma Hall
Educational Discussions 9am-Noon: No admissions fee to the Public.
Speakers include: Kyle Turley (Retired Professional NFL Player, Neuro Armor), Heather Manus (RN, Nature Nurse, Health, CNNC), Ken Sobel (Prominent SD Attorney), Brian Krumm (CNP, Harmony Psychiatric).
Online registration required: Please visit our website: http://www.Cannabis4TheCause.com
Fine Art Gala 6-9pm, $250 per ticket, tax deductible
Attire: Business Casual
Buffet Dinner, Cash Bar
Fine Art Auction featuring work by:
John Kazanjian, Dales Mathis, Chris Green, Linda Jacobson, Mark Lewis, Nik McGuire, & Mikel Patrick
World Class music by the Mike Garson Quartet, featuring:
- Mike Garson, pianist for David Bowie, Nine Inch Nails, Smashing Pumpkins.
- Denny Seiwell, drummer for Paul McCartney, Art Garfunkel, James Brown, Billy Joel
- Marlon Martinez, double bassist for Stewart Copeland, Burt Bacharach
- Sami Shapiro, saxophonist, 2017 National Louis Armstrong Jazz Award Winner
About Community Alliance Program:
Community Alliance Program (CAP) is a non-profit foundation that seeks to make a difference in local communities by providing financial assistance for educational programs, housing homeless veterans, creating urban farms and holding local arts initiatives for children and adults. CAP also helps explore the natural healing attributes of pharmaceutical grade cannabis through research, development, clinical trials and distribution of products those in need. Currently, we are focusing on the following conditions: PTSD, CTE, sleeping disorders, epilepsy, cancer, chronic pain, autism, education, mobilize resources and foster resilient and sustainable community support systems.