Full Contact Football: Suit Up One Last Time For Iron Leg!

Biemesderfer Stadium/ Millersville University

Join us under the lights at Biemesderfer Stadium for a full-contact gridiron battle supporting Iron-Leg Corp. Your ticket purchase helps us raise funds to provide prosthetics for local children who cannot afford their own, and allows them to regain the active lifestyle every kid deserves. AUGUST 3, 2024 @ 7:00 PM BIEMESDERFER STADIUM, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY


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Giving kids a helping hand and a leg to stand on!

Every year thousands of children are born without a limb. Every year even more children lose a limb due to an accident or medical condition. Parker Millhouse, Iron Leg’s inspiration and driving force, was one of the many children born without a leg. Despite missing his right leg, Parker lives each day with a positive spirit and attitude bigger than life.

Sean Laukhuff and Matt Millhouse have been friends for decades and have always shared a passion for helping and caring about others. Matt served in the United States Marine Corps Reserve from 1995 to 2001. In 2019 Matt enlisted in the Air Force National Guard and continues to serve our country. Like Matt, Sean is passionate about serving and enlisted in the United States Army in 1993 to 2005.


Sean’s passion for non-profit work and helping people started at 8 years old when he watched his uncle, Ken Laukhuff, start Make-A-Wish Foundation Convoy. Sean saw Make-A-Wish grow from the original 42 truck convoy to now over 700 trucks in the convoy annually.

In 2019 Matt and Sean organized their first charitable event that would later become Iron Leg. Bucket List Boxers was a playful boxing event where Matt Millhouse, Sean Laukhuff and several of their peers sparred to raise money. The money they raised was donated to Schreiber Pediatric for the benefit of children in need. This event was the beginning of their new mission – Giving kids a helping hand and a leg to stand on.


When Matt and Sean decided to formalize Iron Leg as a 501(c)(3) they looked to their longtime friend and fellow service member, Darren Hershock. Darren is the Secretary of Iron Leg and works closely with Iron Leg’s president, Matt, and Vice President, Sean, as well as all board members.


Today, Iron Leg is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that exists solely to provide prosthetics, therapy, and general support for children in need.