Morristown-Beard hockey captain Andrew Low founded Kids Ice Cancer. Watch JSZ-TV’s feature on a young man who’s making a huge impact on families in New Jersey fighting pediatric cancer
Andrew Low scored 108 career points in his four-year career for the Morristown-Beard hockey team. But his most impressive statistic is the amount of money he raised for pediatric cancer.
Back in 2016, Low lost his grandparents and dog to cancer. It inspired him to give back and his vision is a Connor McDavid level in philanthropy. Andrew formed Kids Ice Cancer with an annual all-star hockey game the centerpiece of his fundraising efforts. The Valerie Fund helps children and their families battle cancer throughout New Jersey and is the beneficiary of Low’s tireless work.
On June 5, the Kids Ice Cancer All-Star game at Codey Arena was able to raise over $60,000 for the Valerie Fund bringing the total of Low’s efforts to surpass a quarter of a million dollars. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the story of how the hockey community has come together to help Low’s vision:
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