Fox 5 News: Nine-year-old Patient Gives Back to HackensackUMC Through Fundraising

February 10, 2017 11:48 AM

Nine-year-old Becca Salmins, inspired by Tackle Kids Cancer and Eli Manning has started a bracelet company called Knots & Arrows. Proceeds from the bracelets support Tackle Kids Cancer and the patients at the Children's Cancer Institute at HackensackUMC. Fox 5 reporter Erika Wachter reports from HackensackUMC and features Jon Fitzgerald, president, HackensackUMC Foundation speaking about the efforts from Tackle Kids Cancer.




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