The Tom Coughlin Jay Fund Foundation and childhood cancer patients in New York City, New Jersey and Jacksonville, Florida have partnered with Amazon Music to create playlists curated by celebrities and athletes to raise awareness of the emotional impact and psychological effects that a diagnosis of pediatric cancer can have on a child and his family.
TODAY with Hoda & Jenna co-hosts Hoda Kotb & Jenna Bush Hager, two-time USA Women’s World Cup winning coach Jill Ellis, Craig Robinson of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, the GRAMMY winning duo Award The Chainsmokers, NC Courage and US Women’s National Team Champion Jessica McDonald, New York soccer giants Levine Toilolo, Mark Herzlich and Kevin Boothe have been linked with pediatric cancer patients, survivors and relatives to create inspiring, stimulating and healing playlists, highlighting the power of music.
Throughout the month of September, music lovers and pediatric cancer supporters and advocates can find a variety of playlists on Amazon Music Unlimited to experience the groovy vibes of Craig Robinson and cancer survivor Lexy.Cra-Lexus“; be elated by the” “of Talen and Mark HerzlichHealing praise“; join The Chainsmokers and the Berglunds to commemorate and celebrate loved ones lost with their tribute playlist”Jacques’ joy“; get ready to dance on the”Princess CourageÂ»Playlist created by cancer patient Camilla, Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager; feel the power of “Soul connectionsCreated by Shariah and Jill Ellis, a cancer patient; swell up with cancer patient LÃ©on and Levine Toilolo “Pre-match training“; have a certain”Sunny daysWith Meleah and Kevin Boothe; and sing and dance in the car with Sa’Nyla and Jessica McDonald’s “Return of courage. “
âI am so thankful that so many celebrities and athletes took the time to create these playlists with our cancer patients and cancer survivors,â said Tom Coughlin, 2X Super Bowl winning coach and co- founder of the Tom Coughlin Jay Fund Foundation. âNo one fights cancer alone; it takes a team, and I want to thank Amazon Music and everyone involved for being a part of ours.
Each year, about 15,000 people under the age of 20 are diagnosed with cancer, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), or 43 children diagnosed with cancer each day. Cancer does not discriminate. Its impact has been felt in every community across the United States, leaving a devastating emotional and financial toll on families battling the disease.
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Music connects us in a special way. Research has shown that music can reduce stress and anxiety while positively modifying and changing our moods. And music therapy has long been used to help pediatric cancer patients reduce pain and anxiety, and improve their emotional health and well-being.
âMusic helps patients bond socially, emotionally and with other patients,â said Lee Russeth, MS, CCLS, senior child life specialist at Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital of the Hackensack University Medical Center. âIn an environment where patients often can have few decisions, with music they can choose which instrument to play, sing, dance or just sit and listen. They are free to express their emotions, while reducing their pain. And, it’s so important to remember, music is for fun too! This is the normalizing factor that helps them get through their treatment.
The Tom Coughlin Jay Fund Foundation has supported more than 5,000 families throughout their cancer journey, providing more than $ 15 million in financial assistance to families in Northeast Florida and the greater New York metropolitan area. York / New Jersey.
The Tom Coughlin Jay Fund Foundation helps keep families in their homes, food on the table, lights on and more. When a family is battling childhood cancer, the Jay Fund provides comprehensive financial, emotional and practical support. A non-profit organization founded by Super Bowl 2X winner head coach Tom Coughlin, the foundation was established in 1996 in memory and spirit of the late Boston College football player Jay McGillis, who lost his battle with leukemia. From diagnosis to recovery and beyond, the Jay Fund is part of the team, allowing parents to focus solely on the well-being of their child. The mission is TO BE THERE for parents facing the unthinkable so that they can BE THERE for their child. To date, the foundation has provided over $ 15 million in financial assistance and has assisted over 5,000 families.