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Helping Those Who Have Been "Dealt a Tough Hand"

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Meet Our Board Members

Winners of our Annual Poker Tournament

People Life's Angels Has Helped

Life's Angels

A 501(c)(3) Non-profit Corporation 

Life’s Angels is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation created to help make a difference in the lives of people who have been “dealt a tough hand” in life.   Formed in 2017 by a group of recreational poker players, Life’s Angels raises funds by hosting a series of charity poker tournaments and other fundraisers culminating in an annual No-Limit Hold’em Charity Poker Tournament.

Our organization aims to give back to our local community by helping people struggling with health, education, family issues, or other unfortunate circumstances in their lives. Over the past years, we have sponsored summer camps and school tuition for children in need, donated money and equipment to beneficiaries suffering from crippling health care bills, volunteered time and money for local food banks, given away toys and food during the holidays, and more.

Our goal is to continue to raise funds so we can give more back to our local community by supporting our beneficiaries, creating annual endowments for worthy local causes, and improving the lives of those in need.

Life's Angels on The INN YouTube Channel

Brett Dunne and Bradley Siegel were guests on the YouTube channel for The INN (Interfaith Nutrition Network to talk about how Life's Angels was able to send three of children who live at their family shelter to summer camp for the first time!

2024 Poker Tournament Gallery

Our 2024 Poker Tournament was a huge success. We had the honor of having sportswriter, poker player, and syndicated columnist Norman Chad and Lon McEachern join us for the evening's festivities!


Check out our gallery of images from the event.

Latest Beneficiaries

“Remember that the happiest people are not those getting more, but those giving more.”
~ H. Jackson Brown Jr.

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