Save the Date: January 30th Benefit for the High School Sports Lawsuit Against Gov. Pritzker

Join us as we welcome parents and student athletes from across Illinois who have been harmed by discriminatory COVID-19 restrictions on sports – when Gov. Pritzker has placed no restrictions on college and professional sports. 

On Sunday January 30th, Remember America and Family Freedom Fest will host a benefit for the Illinois high school sports lawsuit against Gov. Pritzker. This benefit will be a special tribute to Trevor Till, who passed away last October due to Governor Pritzker’s COVID-19 restrictions on sports. The benefit will take place at the Hollywood Cinema in Woodridge – a theater that Trevor often enjoyed with his father. The event will run from 5 p.m – 8 p.m. 

Speakers to include Lisa Mara Moore, Trevor Till’s mother who will share her family’s story; attorney Laura Grochocki who is the lead attorney for the high school sports lawsuit against Gov. Pritzker; Newsmax’s Midwest Correspondent, William J. Kelly and others.

VIP sponsorships for this charity benefit are available. Please inquire for more information at A buffet of hot hors d’oeuvres, gourmet sandwiches and petit desserts will be served and is included in the general admission ticket price with cash bar and a special video/multimedia presentation. 

Get your tickets or make a donation to our charity benefit here. Use “Other Amount” for multiple ticket purchases.