Ride to the Light is a 24 Hour Bike-a-thon hosted by Pi Kappa Phi, a leading Fraternity at FIU to increase awareness of CO poisoning. There will be music, food, raffles, give-a-ways and entertainment. Anthony’s Light will present a scholarship to a deserving Pi Kappa Phi Brother. read more →
Our first Walk & Safety fair last year was so successful that we have incorporated a Run this year to satisfy the runners! Our Second 5K Walk/Run for Carbon Monoxide Awareness at Tropical Park’s Football Stadium will happen on Saturday, November 10, 2012 with registration at 8:30am. The Event is 100% free to the public.. read more →
Welcome to our 2nd Annual Happy Hour for a Cause at Blue Martini – Kendall. We gather to celebrate Anthony’s Life and 33rd Birthday. Join the wonderful ambiance among friends. For a minimum donation of $10.00 which can be payable via the Donate button, Blue Martini will provide you with a ticket good for one free.. read more →
The Heart of Gustavo Casanova Foundation will be hosting their “2nd Annual Heart Health Expo” at Sunset Park Elementary on Sunday June 3rd @ 3pm-6pm! read more →
Our First Happy Hour for a Cause Networking event took place at Blue Martini in Kendall on July 12, 2011. It was also our way of celebrating Tony’s Life. What better way to honor him than to gather together for an evening of music, conversation and a good time. The Blue Martini staff offered great.. read more →
The nation celebrates the 50th anniversary of National Poison Prevention Week March 18 through 24, 2012. National Poison Prevention Week was first proclaimed by President Kennedy in 1962 to raise awareness about the dangers of poisoning. Much progress has been made in poisoning prevention in the years since. In 1972, for example, more than 200.. read more →
The Joe Martinez Annual Health and Safety Expo will take place at the Dade County Fair. The date has been set tentatively for June 23. Come and visit Anthony’s Light where we will be raffling detectors and offering safety information about Carbon Monoxide Awareness. read more →
On April 10 – 11, 2012 we hosted our 5th annual Ride to the Light event. It was spectacular! The UPS Foundation has recognized the work of Anthony’s Light and awarded the organization a $10,000 check. A big Thank you to brothers of Pi Kappa Phi that bring this event to FIU to deliver a.. read more →
The Miami Dade Fire Rescue is a supporter of Anthony’s Light. Via our partnership, we bring deliver life-saving tips to the public that can make you aware of a SILENT KILLER…Learn how to protect yourself and your loved ones from accidental carbon monoxide poisoning. Stop by the exhibition and visit our booth from March 15.. read more →
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Carbon monoxide, also known as CO, is called the "Invisible Killer" because it's a colorless, odorless, poisonous gas. More than 150 people in the Unites States die every year from accidental non-fire related CO poisoning associated with consumer products.
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