September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, which highlights those affected who are 19 years of age or under. It also casts a spotlight on their families and the incredible toll cancer takes on everyone involved.
The future Pro Football Hall of Famers have begun the “Show Us Your Team” campaign, urging those everywhere to take a selfie with those they lean on and post it with the hashtag, #ShowUsYourTeam.
It's childhood cancer awareness month and I am challenging @kevinhart4real, @derekjeter, @serenawilliams, and @MorganWallen to post a pic of the people who support you through the tough stuff #ShowUsYourTeam and tag @tcjayfund @TackleKidsCancr pic.twitter.com/M7fOr0PC2A
— Eli Manning (@EliManning) August 29, 2023
“So many people feel alone in their journey. This is why the work we are doing together is so critical and complements each other so well. Tackle Kids Cancer is focused on raising money to help fund essential life-saving research and cures for pediatric cancer, and the Jay Fund is right by their side focusing on the here and now, helping families through the emotional rollercoaster and paying their household expenses so they can focus on what’s important,” the pair wrote in an essay for People.com.
Manning and Coughlin also appeared on ABC News Live to discuss the Show Us Your Team campaign, as well as the Jay Fund Foundation and Tackle Kids Cancer.
Former @Giants head coach Tom Coughlin and former quarterback @EliManning speak to @TrevorLAult about their new campaign for #ChildhoodCancerAwarenessMonth in September. #ShowUsYourTeam @tcjayfund @TackleKidsCancr #NYGiants pic.twitter.com/jrGDdylzjj
— ABC News Live (@ABCNewsLive) August 29, 2023
Be sure to join these Giants legends by snapping a selfie with someone who helps you through the tough stuff and then post it on social media with the hashtag, #ShowUsYourTeam.