To order over the phone via credit card, call:
407-796-2837
REGULAR SEASON GAMES
RDV SPORTSPLEX TICKETS
No Child Fights Alone / J's for A's Fundraiser Event
AMWAY CENTER

Armani Cintron's Story

TEAM JACOB

SPONSORED BY:

Hannah's Story - Donate Now

Grayson's Story - Donate Now

Jacob's Story - Donate Now

Julie's Story - Donate Now

NO CHILD FIGHTS ALONE
 
Last year, Dimas "Armani" Cintron, Jr., the son of one of our players, passed away from a cancerous brain tumor at the age of 8 years old. It was out of that horrific experience that #NoChildFightsAlone was birthed.
 
This initiative is about loving people and encouraging and supporting them as they battle the turmoil of childhood cancer. It has to focal points:
1. Encourage and support the kids actually fighting cancer so they know, with no doubt, that they are not alone in their fight.==
2. Provide encouragement, support and extra attention to the other family members (particularly other siblings) that might feel neglected, left out, or mistakenly feel unimportant due to the nature and requirements of focusing on the child actually battling cancer.
 
Money is absolutely important in situations like this, but anyone can write a check. One of the things that gets missed, and takes a little bit more effort, is the giving of time, attention, and physical support and care - even if it's just extra hugs, extra time hanging out in the hospital, or even some extra cheers while watching a sporting event together.
 
We've adopted 4 families within our direct sphere of influence. Please consider joing us as we actively participate in making sure these kids and their families know that...
NO CHILD FIGHTS ALONE!
 
Here are their stories...
 
To order tickets to the upcoming kick-off event at the Amway Center on February 23rd over the phone via credit card,
call:
407-796-2837
No Child Fights Alone / J's for A's Fundraiser Event
AMWAY CENTER

Armani Cintron's Story

Our #NoChildFightsAlone initiative exists because of a very special child. One of our biggest fans, Dimas "Armani" Cintron, Jr. passed away from a cancerous brain tumor just after his 8th birthday

on February 15, 2016. READ MORE

Hannah's Story - Donate Now

TEAM JACOB

SPONSORED BY:

Grayson's Story - Donate Now

Jacob's Story - Donate Now

TEAM JACOB

SPONSORED BY:

Julie's Story - Donate Now