The New Jersey Titans are pleased to announce that teddies received from its annual Teddy Bear Toss will be donated to the Ronald McDonald house of Central and Northern New Jersey.
Fans will be able to throw the Teddy Bears onto the ice immediately after the Titans score their first goal of the game. The Ronald McDonald House will disburse the teddies to children undergoing treatment.
The Teddy Bear Toss will be held at the Middletown Sports Complex on Saturday, December 14 at 7:00 PM against the Johnstown Tomahawks.
Any fan who brings a teddy bear will save $3 off an adult ticket.
The goal of the Ronald McDonald House of Central and Northern New Jersey is to provide a true “home away from home” for families of seriously ill children receiving care at medical facilities near its locations in Long Branch and New Brunswick. The Ronald McDonald house also offers Family Rooms and a Hospitality Suite in the pediatric units of four hospitals in Monmouth and Middlesex County.
The Ronald McDonald House of Central and Northern New Jersey offers a welcoming, supportive environment for families during a time of uncertainty and stress. Family members can stay together in a comfortable home with private rooms and many amenities, helping them to remain strong throughout the course of their child’s treatment.
To learn more about the Ronald McDonald House of Central and Norther New Jersey, please contact Lynne Siedentop,Interim Executive Director at 732-222-8755 or click here.