July 24, 2014 at 9:17 AM
The Max Challenge, New Jersey chooses local non-profit charitable organization as their charity of the year. The Max Challenge to support the mission of The Hugs for Brady foundation. Helping children who are fighting cancer.
Bryan Klein along with fellow franchise owners and members of The Max Challenge organization are taking part in the 3nd Annual Max Olympics to be held on Sunday, August 10th at iPlay America, 110 Schanck Rd., Freehold, NJ 07728. There are 21 centers throughout New Jersey will take part in this event.
The day will consist of fun, friendly competition where all MAX Centers will compete against each other. Along with the 3nd Annual MAX OLYMPICS, Radio Disney will be on site hosting a “Try-athlon”, a hula hoop competition, and other fun events. Party Perfect Rentals will have four inflatable obstacles waiting to be conquered by both kids and adults.
The MAX Family is committed to supporting local charities. The MAX Olympics will raise funds for The Hugs for Brady families who are fighting pediatric cancer. The Hugs for Brady Foundation will support all causes concerning pediatric cancer by providing direct grants and services. The foundation also has helped the funding of the New Jersey’s first pediatric hematology/oncology young investigator program.
Cancer is a bully that can attack anyone. Proceeds from this event will have an immediate and direct impact on local families fighting cancer. For information about the event or how to make a direct donation on our safe and secure site please visit: https://www.crowdrise.com/MaxChallenge2014
About the Hugs for Brady Foundation
The Hugs for Brady Foundation started shortly after Sherrie and Michael Wells 13 month old son, Brady Michael was diagnosed with Non-Differentiated Acute Leukemia, a very rare form of leukemia. The Hugs for Brady Foundation’s goal is simple, to help in any and every way possible to ease the pain of the children and their families who have cancer. “We pledge that every dollar donated will be spent in the pursuit to help find a cure for pediatric cancer” said Sherrie Wells, founder of the Hugs for Brady Foundation.
From buying custom built wagons, computers, TVs, video games, to the funding of the New Jersey’s first pediatric hematology/oncology young investigator program; every dollar donated is spent in the pursuit to make the lives of children with cancer better. The Hugs for Brady Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, supporting all causes concerning pediatric cancer. No child is turned away, no matter what their financial status or if they do not have health insurance. According to the Hugs for Brady Foundation’s calculations, it costs about $10,000 day to be a patient on the pediatric oncology floor.