Double your impact when you support The Zucker Family Suite and Broadcast Studio at University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital on Give to the Max Day! Thanks to generous gifts from the family of Dr. Anthony Azakie, chief of Pediatric Cardiovascular Surgery, and professional hockey player, Jason Zucker and his wife Carly, all donations will be matched up to $16,000!
To get community members involved and raise funds, Jason and his wife Carly, along with Dr. Azakie and his family, are announcing opportunities to #GIVE16 during Give to the Max Day on November 16. A nod to Jason’s jersey number 16, the Give to the Max Day team is encouraging people to give back in forms of ‘16’, from 16 cents to $16,000, etc.
Jason Zucker has been committed to University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital since visiting the hospital with his teammates during the 2015 season. Whether he is visiting patients at their bedside, signing autographs for families, or hosting fundraising events like his Hockey Season Kick-Off Party, Jason’s dedication to Masonic Children’s Hospital is a true inspiration. Now Jason and Carly are opening a brand new space within the hospital for patients and families.
The Zucker Family Suite and Broadcast Studio will be home to the hospital's state-of-the-art broadcast station, which will feature programming ranging from music request hours, to game shows and celebrity visits. The dual-purpose space will also feature a fully-outfitted theatre designed for children and families to experience being at a professional hockey game as well as a ticketed entrance, food and beverage, large projection screen and special appearances by players throughout the season.
Thank you for helping us reach our Give to the Max Day goal of $16,000.
Join us on social using #Give16 and #UMNGive