The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society which Corey Ribotsky helps to support, is always cooking up some brilliant new fundraising activity. At the moment, from March 15th through May 30th, people can earn free movie tickets when they register for Light The Night Walk and raise at least $100.
For every $100 that people raise during this period, they will receive one free Fandango movie ticket. There is no limit set to the number of movie tickets that a participant can earn! This means that participants will raise money for cancer research, participate in the fun Light The Night Walk, and benefit by receiving their own free movie tickets.
Every little bit counts for an organization like LLS that is raising money to fight blood cancer. Donors such as Corey Ribotsky and the Light The Night Walk participants will be contributing to an exceptional cause while raising awareness about this deadly disease.
The Sunrise Day Camp, which Corey Ribotsky and the NIR Group help to support, is an incredible program that helps children with cancer. In addition to their camp offerings, they have a program called Sunrise on Wheels which is a year-round outreach program for children and families in Outpatient Clinics.
The Sunrise Day Camp volunteers will come to the hospital with their tie-dye trunk at the Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Clinic at Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York. They are onsite every Monday and Friday morning and help children to get through the long process of dealing with the hospital process.
The day in the hospital can be a very tense and difficult one as they wait to see doctors, to get lab results back and to have check-ups. They bring in toys, games, puzzles and projects for the children. The trunk includes mind teasers like Mancala, group games, coloring books, crafts and so much more.