Fundraising Brunch for Ronald McDonald House

Smash Kids Cancer is hosting a fundraising brunch to raise money for Ronald McDonald House of Central & Northern New Jersey. Smash Kids Cancer is a charitable group that raises money for pediatric cancer care and research. Many families with seriously ill children receive support and housing at the Ronald McDonald House while they receive care at nearby medical facilities.  Through generous donations and support from the community, the Ronald McDonald House programs are available at no cost to families.

The Brunch for RMH is a family-friendly event and we invite the community to join us for brunch, music and games. Tickets can be purchased online at Brown Paper Tickets https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4438121. All proceeds from this event will benefit RMH of Central & Northern NJ. Thank you!

Contact Information
  1. Lisa Chin
  2. 908-818-1296
  3. smashkidscancer@gmail.com
Sat, January 25
12:00 pm — 1:00 pm
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Smash Kids Cancer is hosting a fundraising brunch to raise money for Ronald McDonald House of Central & Northern New Jersey. Smash Kids Cancer is a charitable group that raises money for pediatric cancer care and research. Many families with seriously ill children receive support and housing at the Ronald McDonald House while they receive care at nearby medical facilities. Through generous ...

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