Tag: "Cincinnati Bengals"
Ickey Woods donates $100K to Children’s Hospital in son’s name
A brief summary of and link to stories about Ickey Woods donation to Cincinnati Children's on behalf of the Jovante Woods Foundation for asthma research.
Kindergartner to join Bengals on the field Sunday
A brief summary of and link to a story by WLWT.com about Cincinnati Children's patient Zaire Coleman being the Bengals kickoff kid.
Devon Still, Carlos Dunlap cheer childhood cancer patients, families at Children’s Hospital
A brief summary of and link to a story on WCPO.com about Bengals players Devon Still and Carlos Dunlap's visit to Cincinnati Children's.
Bengals Players Visit Children in Hospital
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
Cincinnati Family Inspires Hope for Still Family
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
Still Jersey Money: We’ll Make Science Count for Kids with Cancer
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
CancerFree KIDS Encourages Continued Conversation of Pediatric Cancer Research Funding
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
Bengals Player Devon Still and His Family Have “Brought Out Our Best”
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
Bengals’ Devon Still Jersey Sales Benefit Cincinnati Children’s Pediatric Cancer Care and Research
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
Cincinnati Bengals’ Andy Dalton Opens Multimedia Center at Cincinnati Children’s
“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