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Teen Project and Charlie's Champions Foundation's HOLIDAY PROJECT
Teen Project & Charlie's Champions Foundation
About My Campaign
It’s time again for Teen Project and Charlie’s Champion Foundation’s 7th annual HOLIDAY PROJECT fundraiser for gift cards which are delivered to teen patients at NYU Langone Hospital—Child Life Program and Cancer Center for Kids during the holiday season. Due to special circumstances this year, our campaign is online and every donation will be used to purchase gift cards to benefit teen patients at NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island!
Supporters can make a donation through the “Give Now” button.
STUDENTS we need you to join our team! Please email us at TeenProjectGC@gmail.com if you have not received an email link to become a team member. Team Members receive 3 community service hours for their participation in this fundraising event. Once your page is created, email us and we will send you a Community Service Letter!
Teen Project was founded in 2014 by Steven and Matthew Spirakis, who learned that the hospital often receives toy donations for young patients, but seldom receives appropriate gifts for teen patients. To expand Teen Project, the brothers partnered with T.J. and Luke Schmitt of Garden City-based Charlie’s Champions Foundation. The foundation was established by the Schmitt family in honor of Charlie Schmitt, a cancer survivor who was treated at the NYU Langone Cancer Center for Kids—Mineola.
As the largest outpatient facility for children with cancer and blood disorders in Nassau County, NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island Cancer Center for Kids (CCFK) is at the forefront of treatment and research. NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island Child Life Program is dedicated to helping children understand and cope with the hospital experience. For more information about the Cancer Center for Kids, and the Child Life Program at NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island, visit www.nyuwinthrop.org
This campaign supports: Annual Teen Holiday Project
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