Tag "Cincinnati Bengals"

Former Cincinnati Bengals player Ickey Woods donated $100,000 to Cincinnati Children’s on behalf of the Jovante Woods Foundation. Woods’ sixteen-year-old son, Jovante, passed away in 2010 from an asthma attack. “They’re going to put it toward doing research for kids › Continue Reading

Cincinnati Children’s patient Zaire Coleman joined the Cincinnati Bengals on the field during their game against the Pittsburg Steelers. Zaire has vesicoureteral reflux, a condition that causes chronic urinary tract infections and makes Zaire prone to severe kidney infections. As › Continue Reading

Devon Still and Carlos Dunlap of the Cincinnati Bengals visited Cincinnati Children’s on Tuesday, September 1 to visit patients fighting cancer and bring dinner to families in the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute. Still started the Still Strong Foundation to › Continue Reading

Several players from the Cincinnati Bengals visited patients at Cincinnati Children’s to take photos and play games. Bengals wide receiver Marvin Jones said, “…anytime I can come and do this type of thing, come out and put a smile on › Continue Reading

Suzie Montgomery brought her son, Joel, who is a survivor of neuroblastoma, to the Cincinnati Bengals game on Thursday, Nov. 6, where a check for cancer research was presented to Cincinnati Children’s. Montgomery and her son wanted to send a › Continue Reading

Last night, I had the privilege of helping Cincinnati Children’s President and CEO, Michael Fisher, accept a check for more than 1.3 million dollars from the Cincinnati Bengals. This charitable gift was the result of an unprecedented sale of Devon › Continue Reading

CancerFree KIDS, a Cincinnati-based nonprofit that supports pediatric cancer research projects needing funding, has provided significant funding to Cincinnati Children’s and is calling for a continued discussion of the need for more. Ellen Flannery, co-founder of CancerFree KIDS, said her organization › Continue Reading

The story of four-year-old Leah Still, who has stage four cancer, continues to spread. She’s the daughter of Cincinnati Bengals player Devon Still and Channing Smythe. Sales of Devon Still’s jersey have raised nearly a half-million dollars for cancer research › Continue Reading

Cincinnati Bengal Devon Still’s daughter, Leah, was diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma cancer. To show support for his family, the team is selling Still’s jersey with 100 percent of the proceeds going to Cincinnati Children’s Pediatric Cancer Care and Research. People › Continue Reading

“Andy’s Hub” is the newest entertainment and media center for patients at Cincinnati Children’s, thanks to Cincinnati Bengals’ quarterback Andy Dalton and his wife, Jordan. The “Hub” is located in the Family Resource Center and is stocked with iPads, DVD players, gaming › Continue Reading

Former Penn State and current Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still and his pro team are running a campaign called Help The Bengals Sack Pediatric Cancer, through which supporters can donate to Cincinnati Children’s and another children’s hospital each time › Continue Reading