The Foundation for Faces of Children once again thanks the Parks family for their continued support through this annual fundraising event. In March, the Syracuse Crunch hockey team took to the ice for their annual “Crunch Classic” hockey game, once again donating the proceeds to the Foundation for Faces of Children.
For 12 years, this fundraiser has been organized by John and Teri Parks along with their daughter Madison who was born with unilateral craniosyn ostosis.
The Syracuse Crunch Hockey Association raised $2,000 this year for FFC!
An avid Crunch fan and a hockey player herself, Madison attends games regularly with her family. The Syracuse Crunch hockey team is the AHL affiliate of the Tampa Bay Lightning. Over the past 12 years, the event has collected close to $16,000 in support of FFC’s ongoing work.
FFC is deeply grateful to the Parks family and the Syracuse Crunch team for dedicating their time and athletic skills to further our mission to educate families and medical professionals about craniofacial conditions.Their generous effort benefits families in need of information, support and networking opportunities.
For the 12th year in a row, the Parks family of New York has organized the Syracuse Crunch Classic hockey game at the War Memorial in Syracuse. This event benefits the Foundation for Faces of Children. Pictured here with her family is Madison, age 13.