Community support has allowed The Little Light House Central MS the opportunity of serving 127 children with special needs over the past 12 years. The cost of our services would be overwhelming for most families as it would be $15,000 per student annually. Through community support, grants, fundraisers and donations, TLLH provides educational and therapeutic services for up to 32 children yearly, tuition-free.
We invite you to consider partnering with us by becoming a sponsor for our upcoming events:
April 23 at Trustmark stadium! Funds from the “gimmicks” go to the LLH!
Join us for our Annual Tees for Tots Golf Tournament. Get your team together or participate as an individual. It’s always a great time, and you can win prizes! To be held at Lake Caroline golf course this year!
You’re invited to our graduation to celebrate the accomplishments of our graduating students, and watch as the prepare for the next chapter in their wonderful journeys.
This is our biggest fundraising event. Join us for a 5K and Fun Run, and celebrate our students as they “Strut Their Stuff”.
*All sponsorships came with recognition on promotional material, verbal recognition at event and reserved tickets as indicated below.
This year we featured a fashion show with LLH students, their families and friends as the models. We had a fantastic show, the kids were amazing!
MAJOR SPONSORS THIS YEAR:
Carolyn and Gary McLemore
Trinity Presbyterian Church
The Hilton Jackson
Southern Farm Bureau
MS Baptist Foundation
National Christian Foundation, Mr. & Mrs. Bob Saville
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi
Faith and Friends Healthcare Staffing
Caring Hands, PPEC
St. Peter’s by-the-Lake
Rhonda & Larry Travis
Colony Dental, Dr. Sarah Carlisle
BankFirst Financial Services
McGriff Insurance Services
Most Electric, Inc.
Rankin Children’s Group
In Motion Rehab
With your support, we will continue living out our mission statement of improving the quality of life for children with special needs, their families and the community. Thank you for your consideration.
Fran Patterson, Executive Director