Want to be positive like this bar mitzvah student?
Brett, from New Jersey, decided to work with The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation to fight childhood cancer for his bar mitzvah project.
Brett hosted many fundraisers in his community and played an important role in spreading awareness for childhood cancer. As part of his project, Brett and his family created a team at The B+ Foundation 5K. He enlisted others to run with him and acquire donations towards his teams page. Brett and his team then came down to Wilmington, Delaware to participate in the event. Brett, also helped organize a B+ soccer tournament. The teams wore B+ t-shirts and were given B+ soccer patches. Most importantly, one player on each team was given an award for their sportsmanship in honor of Andrew McDonough. On Brett’s bar mitzvah day his family and friends wore B+ Kippahs to continue to spread The B+ Message and “do good.” Brett was able to take his interests and combine them with a desire to help fight childhood cancer for his bar mitzvah project.
Thank you Brett!!
Submitted by: The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation for www.themitzvahbowl.com,