CLEVELAND, Feb. 26, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Cleveland Crunch players are coming together for another championship effort to celebrate the 25th anniversary of giving fans in Northeastern Ohio a coveted pro sports championship.
Partnering with two charities, focused on helping children, to present a reunion game and night of nostalgic fun Friday, April 26th at Rubber City Sports at Goodyear Hall in Akron.
“I am so thrilled to be working with players from the 1994 team and other alumni,” said Jonathan Eric Agin, JD, Executive Director for the Max Cure Foundation. “Growing up in Cleveland, I spent countless hours with my family attending Cleveland Force and then Crunch games. I remember the energy before the games as the lights turned down during player introductions. It was electric.”
The mission of The Max Cure Foundation, Inc., is to fund research for the development of pediatric cancer drug therapies including the discovery of less toxic treatments for children with cancer; to financially assist low-income, military and first responder families battling cancer in their children; and pursue legislative and regulatory changes that benefit children while raising awareness to the needs of those fighting pediatric cancers…