Please visit our new campaign, 36th Johnson & Johnson International Cup -- USA
Ethicon Nomads
$6,136 raised
61% of $10k goal
78 contributors
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Ended Dec 19, 2017

Friends and Family,

The Ethicon Nomads are a geographically and age diverse group of guys who gather once a year to raise funds for a charity that supports neurotrama injuries.  It is very likely everyone knows at least one person who has had their life changed by a traumatic brain injury.  Two of the young men on our team have suffered such injuries.  One guy had to abandon his professional hockey career, and another guy was nearly forced to give up the game he loves, at a very young age, due to a concussion.

Please help support American Spinal Research Organization.  It’s a worthy charity.  Your funds do NOT pay for our tournament fee, rooms or meals.  Your donation goes to ASRO for research!

We have a number of Fathers & Sons that play for the Ethicon Nomads, but most of the rest of the team only sees one another once a year, at the J&J Cup.  Many guys have played together on this team for years.  We endure playing as many as 5 games in 24 hours, as part of the tournament, so there’s plenty of sweat, blisters and Tylenol / Motrin (shameless J&J plug there), hopefully no blood, as we do our part to raise funds.

Finally, we are the two-time defending Champions of our division.  Help us hit our fundraising goal, as we try to make it a 3-Peat!

Welcome to the 34th 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 $200,000 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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