The New York Giants football team took time to spread some Halloween joy to the children of the Hackensack University Medical Center on Tuesday.
Stars from the team dressed up in their best costumes, took time out to brighten kids days. The NFL team is doing a bunch of community related activities this month, as linebacker Michael Boley will hold a Charity Bowling Night on November 7, and will be presented by the Lunar Sports Group.
The event benefits Intensive Therapeutics, will take place at AMF Wallington Lanes, which is located at 299 Paterson Avenue in Wallington, NJ. Intensive Therapeutics is a non-profit charitable organization that provides group and individual occupational therapy services to children with autism.
Boley knows first-hand how vital the services of the Intensive Therapeutics can be, as the star has a child with autism.
Running from 6:30 -10 p.m. the bowling night will also feature a live and silent auction.
To read more information on the Michael Boley Charity Bowling night click here:
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Written on November 1, 2011