Project Save Our Skin
Project Save Our Skin, a non-profit organization founded by Texas attorneys, Cort DeHart and Elizabeth Berry, host annual events to raise money for ichthyosis research. Cort and Elizabeth's daughter is affected with lamellar ichthyosis. Each spring, the Broken Oar Tarpon Invitational is held in Key West, Florida. The event is a four-day, guided catch-and-release fly fishing tournament. This year's event raised approximately $28,000. Each year, Cort's law firm, DeHart Crockett, P.C., hosts its own charity event called Crawfish in the Park. Held in April, the event boasts a huge crawfish boil, live music, and children's activities. This year's proceeds amounted to $10,000. Attendance and donations for both events continue to increase each year.


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