2nd Annual Light up the Night Fundraiser
It has been nearly 2 years since we lost Jaydynn. We miss her each and every day, some days are harder than others but there isn’t a day that goes by she isn’t thought about. We started this organization to speak and educate about the dangers of Fentanyl and to help save lives. We know Jaydynn would be doing everything in her power to save the lives of her family and all of her friends from this dangerous drug.
Over the past year Jaydynn’s Light has created many relationships with various organizations to include The Drug Enforcement Agency, Colorado Department of Public Health and Education, the Colorado Consortium and Northern Colorado Health Alliance. These partnerships have allowed us to further our mission of saving lives by obtaining Narcan and Kloxxado which are life saving drugs when faced with a Fentanyl poisoning. This has allowed us to start putting together and distributing life saving boxes as part of our community outreach program. These boxes include information about Jaydynn’s Light, our story, and 4 emergency doses of Narcan or Kloxxado. This past year has allowed us to put up 3 billboards between northern Colorado and southern Wyoming. Our goal for this upcoming year is to double or triple the number of billboards as well as increase education for our local communities. A major priority for this next year is to start a support group for families that have lost loved ones to this terrible pandemic and helping them realize that they are not alone, we are in this together.
This years “Light up the Night” Luminary fundraiser will be a public event, hosted at a location in Greeley, CO. Our hope is to have the community come together to remember those lost and educate the public about what the event is about and about this deadly pandemic sweeping our nation. The time and location will be announced soon. Please use the order form below to donate luminaries to be displayed on the night of the event. More information about the event details will be posted in the days to follow.