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Johns Hopkins Signs 5 Year Old (Video)

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Marquise Long, a 5 year old diagnosed with a pediatric brain cancer, signs with Johns Hopkins through the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation. Read More…

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Friends of Jaclyn Foundation Announce Formation of Elite Women’s Lacrosse Team


CORTLANDT MANOR, NY, The Friends of Jaclyn Foundation is excited to announce the formation of a women’s elite lacrosse team. FoJ Elite will consist of former college players who will represent the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation to help raise awareness about pediatric brain tumors beginning in early 2013 at the Bump N Grind lacrosse tournament in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Read More…

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Fourteen Graphics Teams up with Friends of Jaclyn Foundation


Fourteen Graphics just teamed up with Friends of Jaclyn Foundation to create an online store to sell apparel in an effort to raise money for the organization. In case you haven’t heard of them, they bring children with brain tumors together with sports teams so the child can feel apart of something and have people to look up to. Read More…

Wentworth Institute of Technology Lacrosse Welcomes Newest Member

BOSTON, Mass. – On Sunday, October 14, the Wentworth Institute of Technology men’s lacrosse program welcomed its newest member as nine-year old Thomas Archibald was formally introduced to the team and coaching staff in a short ceremony that took place on campus at Blount Auditorium. Thomas joins the men’s lacrosse program through The Friends of Jaclyn Foundation, whose mission is to improve the quality of life of children with pediatric brain tumors and other medical conditions. Read More…

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High Point University Women’s Lacrosse Team Dedicates 2012 Season to Mason LaVack

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September 19, 2011 – The High Point University women’s lacrosse team is dedicating its 2012 season to Mason LaVack, the Panthers’ No. 1 fan who passed away from cancer in early September. The team adopted Mason through the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation and he participated in team activities for the past two years. Read More…

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