Loud Life Foundation
is a non-profit organization created to inspire and empower those affected by addiction.
Loud Life Foundation
L.O.U.D stands for “Live, Out, Ur, Dreams”, to tell people you no longer have to hide behind the walls of addiction, you can live your life LOUD with LOUD LIFE.
Loud Life Foundation is a non-profit organization created to inspire and empower those affected by addiction.
Created in 2014, the founder David Sigal of Loud Life Clothing, knows first hand what its like to battle drug addiction. Through his own personal struggles he was able to turn things around with the love and support of his family, he was blessed to be able to rebuild the drug-free and healthy lifestyle that he deserved. He is grateful for his second chance in life and now wants to give back.
Loud Life has a profound and meaningful purpose, to help save lives and to be a part of the solution, not the problem.
Our goal is to work together to provide ongoing support through the efforts and experience of qualified professionals, in our local communities and across the country. Loud Life will continue to provide programs to raise awareness in Schools, Rehabilitation centers, church groups and other venues. In addition, we need the support from political leaders and corporate sponsors. Together, we can work along with the rehabilitation centers to create a partnership to continue the positive impact that rehab does for those in recovery, to help create a “second chance” in life that everyone deserves.
Loud Life is a NON judgmental organization that wants to ensure that our professionals provide the proper placements, funding for treatment, Loud Life After Care programs, and One on One consultations to individuals and their families next step for a better quality of life.
- “To Continue the positive impact of your Recovery”
- Addiction took my freedom away from me, Recovery gets it back!
- “If you Change Your thoughts, you can Change your world”
- “Loud Life Inspires, and excites the continued positive impact of Active Recovery, in creating a Life with Meaning, for a Life Worth Living”