The Salisbury High School football program has joined the PLEDGE IT raising money driving as a major aspect of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and the Touchdowns Against Cancer rogram.
Salisbury head mentor Andy Cerco and individuals from the football group were at a question and answer session in the Pennsylvania State Capitol Rotunda on Thursday to dispatch the Touchdowns best pediatrician in maryland Against Cancer pledge drive in association with MaxPreps and St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.
“Our players chose in March that they needed to center their group benefit this year on pediatric tumor in our general vicinity,” Cerco said in an official statement. “This open door allowed us to take our group administration to another level in taking a gander at raising assets for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.”
Fanatics of a particpating group can give an assigned sum for each touchdown scored by their group from Sept. 15 to Oct. 1. Assets will profit St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital as indicated by the discharge conveyed by PLEDGE IT.