WCBS2 News: Patient Gives Back through Fundraising for Tackle Kids Cancer

February 10, 2017 12:04 PM

Nine-year-old cancer patient, Becca Salmins, has created Knots & Arrows to help fundraise for Tackle Kids Cancer at HackensackUMC. Now that she is in remission, she was looking for ways to give back to pediatric cancer research. Eli Manning's visits and involvement in Eli's Challenge in the Tackle Kids Cancer campaign inspired her to launch Knots & Arrows,  a bracelet company. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Tackle Kids Cancer at HackensackUMC.

 

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