Event Details, Mission and Vision

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Louie LeBart was an incredible person; he was kind, caring, and considerate of those around him. When he died in February 2014 at the young age of 24 after an overdose, everyone in the community felt the loss. Live for Lou was created after Louie’s passing, in order to live out his legacy and change the face of addiction. Live for Lou seeks to create a community in which no one is left behind, where we can remember those lost too soon, and where anyone on Cape Cod seeking aide for sobriety has access to helpful resources.

Beauty*Compassion*Athleticism

We are so grateful to our 2020 Donors! Despite an unprecedented year, you helped us raise over $13,000 for our initiative. Thank you!
Donors are listed below.

To donate online, please click here!

Live for Lou Newsletter 2020

$500+ Donors
 
Bookstore & Restaurant
Mr. Paul E. Laemmle
Mr. Samuel and Mrs. Anne F. Engel
Mr. Steve Rosenberg
Mr. William F. Bohannan Jr.
Mr. William P. Sullivan
Ms. Carol A. Dalitzky
Ring Bros. Wholesale
Roderick’s Payroll, Inc.
Seamen’s Bank
Seaside Liquors
Truro Vineyards of Cape Cod, LLC
 
$1-$499
 
Carol A. Wiles
Matthews, Mr. Joseph J. and Mrs. Kathleen S.
Moby Dick’s Restaurant
Mr. Andrew Nowack
Mr. Barry Tripp,
Mr. Bob Edwards
Mr. Brian Scalley
Mr. Evan J. Peaty and Ms. Mary A. Kovacs
Mr. Glenn J. Carter
Mr. James and Mrs. Karla Harrington
Mr. John Hansson
Mr. John S. and Mrs. Jayne E. Sully
Mr. John Walsh
Mr. Kevin B. Carroll
Mr. Martin R. and Mrs. Teresa J. Hopkins
Mr. Michael Deltano
Mr. Otto and Mrs. Diane Mattfeldt
Mr. Paul S. Laemmle,
Mr. Peter H. Groemmer
Mr. Peter V R Hall and Mrs. Diane E. Hall
Mr. Rob and Mrs. Sharon Driscoll
Mr. Robert T. and Mrs. Patrice B. Fryklund
Mr. Tim Chapulis
Mr. Todd Robichaud
Mrs. Laura E. Kozak
Mrs. Marcia Sexton
Ms. Annette Marjolein Boelhouwer
Ms. Barbara Jean English
Ms. Candice Wroe
Ms. Heather  J. Edwards
Ms. Jennifer Avery
Ms. Karen A. Underhill
Ms. Kathleen A. Ross
Ms. Lois D. Ciuffredo
Ms. Martha D. Gordon
Ms. Mary E. Fox
Ms. Monda S. Prior
Ms. Nella Rasic
Van Rensselaer’s Restaurant
Wellfleet Beachcomber
 
Our mission: Promote Big Lou’s principles of conviction, compassion and curiosity.
Our vision: A beautiful environment of healthy competition and caring concern, where no friend is left behind.
“Success isn’t just what you accomplish, it’s what you inspire others to do.”
 
Check out our recent interview on The Lowdown, WOMR – https://womr.org/podcast/live-for-lou-2/
 


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The Live for Lou Fund is an advised fund of The Cape Cod Foundation. As a component fund, The Cape Cod Foundation serves as the 501(c)(3) public charity for the Live for Lou Fund. It is dedicated to honoring and celebrating the life of Louie LeBart by grabbing the baton he carried during his brief but exceptional life and inspiring others to continue where he left off.
When Louie died at 25, he left behind an enormous circle of friends, family, acquaintances, co-workers and teammates who were forever affected by his athleticism, compassion, curiosity and beauty.
Live for Lou intends to continue promoting his inspirational qualities and benefiting others through scholarships, community service, compassion and education.
Louie was a deeply intense and multi-faceted individual who had a knack for bringing out the best in people, whether it was through sports, deep conversation, comforting bear hugs or just leading by example. Once you were his friend, he wouldn’t let you down.
 
Live for Lou intends to extend his legacy in a multi-prong way.
  1. Athleticism
  2. Beauty
  3. Compassion
By all accounts, Louie was a success in life. And through Live for Lou, he will continue to inspire others and to make the world a stronger, more compassionate and beautiful place.
 
“To laugh often and much; To win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children; To earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; To appreciate beauty, to find the best in others; To leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch, or a redeemed social condition; To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.
-Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803 – 1882) American Essayist & Poet
 
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