Last year I decided to carry on my sister Leah’s family legacy by collecting gently used sneakers for The Max Cure Foundation and the Dunk Your Kicks campaign. This will be our 4th annual shoe collection and I hope that with the help of my friends and the support of our community we can exceed the amount we collected last year. For every pair of sneakers we collect a $1 is donated to Pediatric Cancer. All sizes are welcome except no cleats. The drop boxes will be in place from Monday, March 12th through Saturday, April 7th. See below for the drop box locations.
In addition to the sneaker collection, I will also be hosting the 2nd annual March Madness basketball pool bracket to raise funds for the Max Cure Foundation. Here’s how it works:
1. Each person donates $20 through the link provided on my Go Fund Me page.
2. The ESPN bracket will go LIVE on Sunday, March 11th at 5pm. The bracket must be complete within 24 hours in order to participate.
3. An ESPN account must be created to enter. Please click here to be directed to the ESPN link.The password is mcf123.
Thanks in advance for your support,
DROP BOX LOCATIONS:
BARRY’S BOOTCAMP- 1142 WILMOT ROAD, SCARSDALE
CLUB PILATES- 365 CENTRAL PARK AVENUE, SCARSDALE
CLUB PILATES- 875 SAW MILL RIVER ROAD, ARDSLEY
FLYWHEEL SPORTS- 826 SCARSDALE AVENUE, SCARSDALE
CONGREGATION KOL AMI- 252 SOUNDVIEW AVENUE, WHITE PLAINS
HITCHCOCK NURSERY SCHOOL- 6 GREENACRES AVENUE 2ND FLOOR, SCARSDALE
JCC OF HARRISON- 130 UNION AVENUE, HARRISON
TEMPLE BETH EL SYNAGOGUE CENTER- 1324 NORTH AVENUE, NEW ROCHELLE
WESTCHESTER REFORM TEMPLE- 255 MAMARONECK ROAD, SCARSDALE
The mission of The Max Cure Foundation, Inc., is to fund research for the development of pediatric cancer drugs, including funding to discover less toxic treatments for children with cancer, and as its research mission, to fund an Immune Cell Therapy Lab at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, to financially assist low income and military families battling cancer in their children, and through advocacy, to pursue legislative and regulatory changes that seek to benefit children with cancer and at the same time, raise awareness to the needs of those fighting pediatric cancer.
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