Patriots Players Visit Boston Children’s Hospital To Make Smoothies
Patriots players paid Boston Children’s Hospital a visit to create smoothies, smiles, and lasting memories for patients.
According to WBZ-TV Boston, Patriots players Kyle Van Noy, James White, Harvey Langi, Jordan Matthews and Derek Rivers paid the patients at Boston Children’s Hospital, and made blended up smoothies together. The players say they often don't have time to give back, as they are always training, but they enjoyed spending time and putting a smile on these kids face “The courage they have, the cheerfulness they bring, it’s been awesome to be a part of it and help serve them some smoothies,” said Van Noy told WBZ.
It's always great to see the Patriots and other Boston teams supporting the kids at Boston Children's Hospital. They help shine the spotlight on the world-class health care that is made available to our children.
Fun 107's "Food For Tots campaign is in Dartmouth today to benefit the Boston Children's Hospital unit at St. Luke's in New Bedford. When you eat at Not Your Average Joe's, Max's, Buster's, Cask and Pig or Fay's Restaurant today, 15% of your bill will be donated to expand Boston Children's Hospital services.
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Additional Reporting By Abigail Pelissier