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The Washington Capitals Join Pediatric Patients for Holiday Fun
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The Washington Capitals Join Pediatric Patients for Holiday Fun

The Stanley Cup Champion Washington Capitals lifted holiday spirits during the team’s annual December visit to patients at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. The team, alongside mascot Slapshot, arrived by bus to meet children and families, including those spending the holidays in the hospital’s pediatric inpatient units. The Caps also played games, signed autographs and created...

January 3, 2019January 3, 2019
Pepper Pike teen leads Hope for Henry board
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Pepper Pike teen leads Hope for Henry board

Edward Ross had heart surgery at the Cleveland Clinic when he was 3 months old, and ever since, he’s been looking for ways to give back and help others with heart disease. Ross, now 15 and a freshman at Hawken School in Chester Township, is president of the teen board of the Hope for Henry...

November 23, 2018January 23, 2019
Hope for Henry Launches ‘A Room of Their Own’
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Hope for Henry Launches ‘A Room of Their Own’

Hospitals can be a scary place for anyone, especially children. That’s why “Hope for Henry” has made it their mission to make sure children who are really sick still feel like kids… Read More

August 9, 2018January 23, 2019
CapsToday: Washington Capitals Visit MedStar
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CapsToday: Washington Capitals Visit MedStar

With the Washington Capitals continuing their month-long #CapsFightCancer initiative for November, the team visited the pediatric ward of MedStar Georgetown University Hospital on Nov. 27. Players spent time visiting with patients ranging from infants to teenagers, and passed out gifts including hats, T-shirts, blankets and bobbleheads. Full story… https://capitalstoday.monumentalsportsnetwork.com/2017/11/28/hospital-visit

November 30, 2017November 30, 2017
Washingtonian: Caps Visit MedStar Georgetown University Hospital
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Washingtonian: Caps Visit MedStar Georgetown University Hospital

The Washington Capitals made their annual visit to MedStar Georgetown University Hospital on Monday as part of the NHL’s “The Biggest Assist Happens Off the Ice” program. Team members joined patients and their families in the hospital’s Tracy’s Kids art clinic to squirt paint at a canvas, doodle around a small table, and autograph gifts including blankets,...

November 30, 2017November 30, 2017
Hope For Henry helps superheroes give hope to seriously ill children
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Hope For Henry helps superheroes give hope to seriously ill children

WASHINGTON – Patients at Children’s National Medical Center have all the characteristics of superheroes. They’re brave, they’re strong, and they fight against what can sometimes seem like impossible odds. On Tuesday these real-life heroes got the chance to spend time with heroes from their favorite comics and movies. It’s all part of the’ Hope For...

October 7, 2017October 7, 2017
Out of their lane: DC celebs go bowling for charity
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Out of their lane: DC celebs go bowling for charity

Washington’s best celebrity bowlers laced up their shoes and hit the lanes Tuesday night for charity. Lawmakers, athletes and journalists were among the forty celebs who gathered at Pinstripes in Georgetown for the third annual Strikes for Smiles bowling tournament to benefit Hope for Henry, a charity to benefit seriously ill children in hospitals. Read...

October 5, 2017October 7, 2017
Raising funds and awareness of childhood cancer
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Raising funds and awareness of childhood cancer

September was childhood cancer awareness month. It reminded me of the students in our community who bravely fought this horrible disease. Centennial High School friends Zach Lederer and Keeley Imel come to mind. Kids who did not have the opportunity to grow old, but who left a rich legacy of helping other kids with cancer....

September 27, 2017April 5, 2019
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