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Eli Manning to Match Donations For Tackle Kids Cancer

Andrew Black
Published Online: Tuesday, Sep 13, 2016
The Tackle Kids Cancer fundraiser by the Hackensack University Medical Center Foundation and New York Football Giants have just put another player into the game, a 2x MVP Super bowl winning quarterback.
 
With the newest addition to the Tackle Kids Cancer fundraiser, “Eli’s Challenge”, current Giants’ quarterback Eli Manning, pledged to match grassroots donations to the Tackle Kids Cancer up to $100,000.
 
Manning is ready to do his part on the team, which he hopes to inspire and motivate people to donate to the cause for childhood cancer and watch him do his part.
 
The Tackle Kids Cancer fundraiser is already coming off a successful first year start as they raised more than $2.5 million for programs and services at the Children's Cancer Institute, part of the Joseph M. Sanzari Children's Hospital at HackensackUMC.
 
Tackle Kids Cancer called to action for people to get involved in various community fundraising efforts hosted by scout troops, school and youth teams, police departments, and other community groups.
 
Teams can be formed and begin fundraising and have their funds matched. 100% of all donations made to Tackle Kids Cancer benefit the essential clinical care, unique support services and groundbreaking cancer research needed to find a cure.
 
To learn more visit, TackleKidsCancer.org/Eli 


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