September 20, 2021

Manes appointed USA Youth Ambassador for World Orphans Day

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Second Monday in November each year


Garrett Manes is the youngest Ambassador of Goodwill to champion a cause for The Stars Foundation.
The Virginia born rising star in auto racing, currently holding over 300 wins in various forms of racing, is only 16 years old. What is quite remarkable about this charismatic young man is that he conquers more challenges than most of his competition on the racetrack. Garrett diagnosed at age 3 on the spectrum of autism, uses InLight Medical, LED light therapy to empower his body and mind to focus on his driving.

The Stars Foundation’s Lights 4 Life campaign is launching with Garrett Manes, the InLight Medical LED Lights program to bring the health wellness systems to third world countries for the improvement of overall health and wound healing to the sick.

The cause partnership with The Stars Foundation and Garrett Manes, will be a long-term relationship as he moves forward in his racing career, while sponsorship partners will support the campaign and his car.

The strategic objective of the Lights 4 Life campaign is to place the InLight Medical Systems in initially 25 orphanages and 50 medical clinics in Liberia as the first impoverish country embracing the new technology of LED Light Therapy

Garrett is launching this Lights 4 Life program of The Stars Foundation, in association with Ministry With Lights, based out of the Charlotte Motor Speedway office of “Racer” Carol Hipp.

The Stars Foundation is very delighted to welcome Garret Manes to its elite board of Ambassadors of Goodwill, which include Nashville Star winner, Buddy Jewell, Brad Maule (General Hospital) and NASCAR legend Geoff Bodine, and others.

“Garrett exemplifies the virtues of courage, compassion, leadership, and integrity that are invaluable character assets that we admire in him,” stated Cheryl Robeson Piggott, CEO of The Stars Foundation. “Garrett will also be representing us as a spokesperson for our flagship day, World Orphans Day, the second Monday in November each year. He has a tremendous generous heart and loves to help children and youth,” added Piggott.

Young Garrett stated, “I love racing & I love helping kids. Teaming up with the Stars Foundation is an honor & it gives me the opportunity to help others in need through my racing. There is nothing like racing and doing the best you can, then going to spend time with the fans or going to help others in need. To see the smiles on their faces, it’s truly an amazing feeling, it can’t be put into words, it just feels awesome. My racing has allowed me to raise money for different charities & kids in need.
Signing on with Race Face Brand Development last week and all my partners, CBD Living Water, Pearson Mazda, InLight Medical & SRI has allowed me the opportunity to make a difference and to help support The Stars Foundation’s Lights 4 Life campaign. With so much sadness in the world today, why don’t we put a little happiness in the world, let’s make a difference. I thank my Lord
& Savior Jesus Christ, first & foremost for everything is possible through him, Thank You all!

The Stars Foundation, an entertainment industry charity based in Nashville and Charlotte. It is the facilitating organization of World Orphans Day, which is commemorated in countries around the world by organizations raising monies for their orphan causes. The Stars Foundation has distributed over $90,000,000 of goods in kind to worthy charities around the world. For more information about World Orphans Day and The Stars Foundation,

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