When I look at my son (Luke), I see a challenge. I see that he has a physical challenge and a social challenge (inclusion). That is his life challenge, and I always think: what can I do to help? One day I realized, kids and families, like mine, need help now with many things., such as; specific dietary approach for the kids, mobility, therapies, stress management, mental health (depression), caregivers own physical health, etc. This where the Go Luke Wygand Foundation comes in."by Richard Wygand
What and how we do it?
"Love is the FOUNDATION for everything"
How? We raise awareness with our events (Challenges) and with our Midlife crisis YouTube channel.
How? with our fatherhood rocks podcast, Special needs Dads empowerment group (Denver only for now) and our projects.
How? With your donations we help families with physical challenges with any type of help related to wellness.
How? Advocating, e-Books, kids books and with our The bright side of life kids program.
Where the donations go?
20% goes to company costs such as salary, marketing etc.
Goes to help families with physical challenges.
In the end of the year 100% of the donations left goes to Nemaline Myopathy research.
Divorce rate among the special needs families due to stress and lack of sleep.
Over 50% of the families have some sort of depression due to stress and lack of sleep.
Over 60% of the special needs families end up having health issues and lack of sleep.
How can you help?
You can simply donate and share with your friends and family, or shop with us.
You can join one of our membership. You can also be our ambassador with many benefits. 20% of the membership sales goes to the purpose.
HIGHER PURPOSE TEAM
You can join our team and challenge yourself physically to help the ones physically challenged.
We were fortunate enough to work with the Luke Wygand Foundation for my son.
He has a rare form of epilepsy and had been on a ketogenic diet for almost 2 years. We needed to access a dietitian who works as a consultant for the Charlie Foundation. Our sons dietary needs are very strict and we weren’t getting the help from the hospital dietitians.
Because of Luke Wygand Foundation we were able to get connected with this new dietitian and work with her for a year.
Not having the support we needed was very stressful and thanks to Richard and his family we are able to help our son.
You are amazing people. Thank you for having such big hearts for others!
Ali Hayes, Mother