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JFR Donates To Peyton Manning Children's Hospital
Posted by: newsla on Dec 24, 2013 - 06:32 AM
JFR Donates To Peyton Manning Children's Hospital

Each year around the holidays, John Force Racing employees come together to make the Christmas season special for others in their community. This year, employees raised money to buy Christmas gifts for Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincent in coordination with the Hospital’s “Giving Tree,” a program put together to ensure that each child in the hospital receives a gift on Christmas Day.


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“We are so blessed to have the support of John Force Racing for the children served by Peyton Manning Children's Hospital at St. Vincent. When companies step forward with such generosity, it says a lot about the commitment and dedication of the owners as well as the employees. We are so grateful and appreciative for your support, and want to relay how much these gifts mean to our patients,” said Nancy Frick, Director of Foundation Advancement.

“You have brought many smiles to our smallest and most vulnerable kids, and they will be thrilled. What a wonderful way John Force Racing has chosen to express their concern and passion for kids who are sick and struggling with serious illnesses. Gifts are collected at the hospital during the holidays, but are handed out to children throughout the year. The Giving Tree gifts are also used for birthdays, end-of-treatment parties and as rewards or recognition for how well a child has handled a medical procedure.”

If you would like to participate in the Giving Tree program, drop off an unwrapped toy to Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincent, 2001 W 86th Street, Indianapolis, IN.

“This is the fourth year that we have done something like this for our community,” said Alicia Fabrisi of John Force Racing, who coordinated with the hospital this year. “In the past, John Force Racing has selected and sponsored a local, less fortunate family with children in the Brownsburg area for Christmas. We’ve had such a huge response in donations from our employees over the last couple of years that we wanted to make sure to help as many people as possible and working with the ‘Giving Tree’ program at Peyton Manning’s Children’s Hospital was just the perfect fit for what we wanted to accomplish.”

In addition to the gifts, contributions of blizzard (i.e. heavy) fleece in one yard increments are also welcome. Each yard donated is made into two capes for pediatric patients at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincent.

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