Please visit our new campaign, 36th Johnson & Johnson International Cup -- USA
J&J Vision -- USA
$1,970 raised
197% of $1k goal
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Ended Sep 28, 2018

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My name is Chris Mills, I work for J&J Vision and am the captain for the first ever J&J Vision USA team.  I am privileged to work with outstanding individuals and for an amazing company.  I have been with J&J for over 18 years and one absolute constant in all of those years is our commitment to those we serve and the communities in which we live and work.  Below is an excerpt of our J&J Credo which serves as our North Star and moral compass:

"We are responsible to the communities in which we live and work and to the world community as well.   We must be good citizens – support good works and charities and bear our fair share of taxes.   We must encourage civic improvements and better health and education. "

I was the global marketing lead in our neurosurgery division, responsible for traumatic brain injury, and most recently the global marketing lead for complex spinal deformity.  I have seen first hand the challenges that individuals, families, and caregivers face on a daily basis.  This Shoot For A Cure is a wonderful charity that is focused on brain and spinal cord injury.  This fundraising campaign is one way that we can all unite - J&J employees, family members and friends - to raise awareness and funds to help drive research, communication education, and prevention programs for spinal cord and brain injury.

I want to personally thank you for participating in the Johnson & Johnson International Cup Pledge Program!

Welcome to the 35th Anniversary of the Johnson & Johnson International Cup!

Thank you for participating in the Johnson & Johnson International Cup Pledge Program!

Johnson & Johnson is pleased to announce that once again this years' tournament will raise funds to support neurotrauma, as your contributions will support the Shoot for a Cure campaign (SFAC). SFAC seeks to raise funds to support neurotrauma research (specifically the study of brain and spinal cord injuries), as well as support educational awareness on prevention of such injuries. This year’s fundraising goal is to raise over $350,000 for SFAC.

All players in the Johnson & Johnson International Cup must raise at least $100 in donations for SFAC.

All employees of Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies in the US and Canada who donate to ASRO will be eligible for a 2 to 1 match. However, Canadian employees of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies who donate to American players/teams will NOT be able to deduct this charitable contribution in Canada as contributions to American players/teams are directed to ASRO, NOT a Canadian charity; therefore they will NOT get a Canadian tax receipt.

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