2019 Face Off to Fight Cancer

When: Monday, October 28 2019

On behalf of MDC Productions, big thanks to all the law enforcement officers, federal agents, NHL players, musicians, movie stars and fans who came out to our 3rd annual "Face Off to Fight Cancer" charity hockey event. We packed the rink on a rainy Sunday and by dinner, the skies were clear, the sun was out, and it was a beautiful day all around!! Not sure how a team with 4 NHL players can lose to the NYPD but we'll break down the game later. Thanks to Chelsea Piers and all our event sponsors and supporters. To every vendor and volunteer; to every friend, family member, or colleague who reached out to help. We are humbled by the amount of goodwill we are able to put back into the world and very proud of what we can accomplish together. Until there's a cure, the next best thing is making a commitment to come together to help kids and families as they battle cancer. Thank you all so much!!!

Ronald McDonald House New York (RMH-NY) is keeping families close by providing temporary housing for pediatric cancer patients and their families in a strong, supportive and caring environment that encourages and nurtures the development of child-to-child and parent-to-parent support systems. RMH-NY can accommodate 95 families. Its location in Manhattan, in close proximity to major cancer treatment centers, draws children and families from across the country and the world, as well as from the metropolitan New York City area. Since its founding, more than 59,000 families from across the country and world have stayed at RMH-NY. RMH-NY partners with 16 leading cancer treatment hospitals in the New York City area, including Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, NYU Langone Medical Center, New York-Presbyterian Hospital's Weill Cornell Medical Center and Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital. RMH-NY is a proud Chapter of the national and international network of Ronald McDonald House Charities. 

Since 1972, the Don Monti Foundation has raised 47 million in the fight against cancer. The Foundation is dedicated to Patient Care, Research, and Education in the fields of oncology and hematology. One-hundred percent of every dollar donated supports their endeavors by serving patients being treated in the Don Monti Cancer Centers throughout Northwell Health; supporting the research activities of their scientists at the Joseph & Tita Monti Research Center at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory; and fostering the academic enrichment of students in the Joseph, Tita & Don Monti Masters Program in Genetic Counseling at Long Island University’s Post Campus. Their immediate goal is to ease the pain and suffering of patients and to help their families at a time of great need. Their ultimate goal – FINDING A CURE.