Please visit our new campaign, 36th Johnson & Johnson International Cup -- USA
35th Johnson & Johnson International Cup -- USA
$12,530 raised
167% of $7.5k goal
118 contributors
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Ended Sep 28, 2018

Dear Friends,

Thanks for visiting the Team Ethicon page for the 35th Annual J&J Cup.  This hockey tournament, played by Johnson & Johnson employees and our families, with a few hockey playing friends sprinkled in, raises funds for Shoot For A Cure (SFAC), which supports neurotrama research.

Team Ethicon is on a roll.......winning the Cup in our division 3 years in a row....Threepeat!!!  We are shooting for a 4th consecutive Cup championship.  Our team also includes some of the top individual fundraisers in the entire tournament, and our team finished #2 out of more than 30 teams last year, raising more than $6,000.

Team Ethicon includes multiple sets of father/son players, creating an amazing experience for "the old men and the kids alike".  This year, the Setteducati boys (Dad Tim and sons Tibor and Alex) will be out in force, to support their nephew / cousin Jack, who recently suffered a traumatic spinal cord injury while skiing.  Jack is making amazing progress, check out Tim's website to see more info, https://fundrazr.com/profiles/timothy-setteducati-2

 Please help us fund research that can help Jack and other kids recover from their neurotramatic injuries.

Give 'til it hurts!

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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