Detroit Lions Bring Halloween to Pediatric Cancer Patients – The Good News
They shook off their loss to Minnesota and put on happy faces for the kids.
The Detroit Lions have had a rough start to the season, but that's not stopping them from serving the community that they play for. On Monday, players and kids from Henry Ford Hospice’s SandCastles Grief Support Program and Game On Cancer Kid’s Club met up at Ford Field for some Halloween fun.
There was trick-or-treating, a video game station, a dance floor, face painting and more.
About 100 families who have been affected by pediatric cancer were in attendance and, from the looks of it, everybody had a great time.