Get your dance shoes on and support Embrace Kids Foundation by joining us for some "Old School" Disco music!!
On March 24, 2017, five of Rutgers most successful and charitable pro athletes compete along side former teammates and Rutgers fans to raise money for children with cancer, sickle cell disease and other blood disorders.
As a part of the Tackle Sickle Cell campaign, Devin and Jason McCourty are sponsoring a blood drive on Saturday, February 18, 2017 from 10am to 3:30pm at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital.
Dance FTK is a 4 hour event that benefits local kids battling cancer and blood disorders. Participants are expected to be on their feet the whole time.
Since 2008, The Front & Center Fund has been raising money for Embrace Kids Foundation by participating in the Spring Lake 5 Mile Run. The Front & Center Fund has raised over $360,000 for Embrace Kids to date. Thanks to their successful fundraising efforts, the Embrace Kids-Front & Center Scholarship Fund was created to support the patients in their academic endeavors. Dozens of current and former patients have received Front & Center Scholarships and attended schools such as Rutgers, Montclair State, Northeastern, Rowan, TCNJ and all of the local community colleges.
Embrace Kids Foundation celebrated the holidays for its pediatric patients with an "Alice in Wonderland" themed party at the Arline and Henry Schwartzman Courtyard at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital.
For all Week 13 games, players can wear custom-designed cleats to highlight a cause that’s important to them. If you search #MyCauseMyCleats on Twitter and Instagram you can see dozens of examples, and here are just a few:Devin McCourty, New England Patriots, and Jason McCourty, Tennessee Titans: The twins’ foundation, Tackle Sickle Cell, aims to raise awareness of sickle cell disease, a blood condition that affects the red blood cells.
Embrace Kids was proud to again support the Rutgers- New Student Orientation and Rutgers Against Hunger- Summer Snack Program for New Brunswick children.