Matthew Mangine Jr.’s story was featured on a recent episode of ESPN’s Outside the Lines. The article written by Jen Lada spotlights the importance of The Matthew Mangine Jr. Foundation’s mission to keep our youth athletes safe and honor Matthew’s legacy through our story.
On behalf of the Matthew Mangine Jr. Foundation (MMJF), we would like to express our sincere empathy for the events that occurred during the Bengals vs. Bills football game on Monday night at Paycor Stadium. Our thoughts and prayers will continue to be with Damar Hamlin and his entire family.
Thank you all for your support and donations throughout the month of October in the honor of Matthew’s 19th Heavenly Birthday. The Matthew Mangine Jr. Foundation truly appreciates your commitment to ensuring that our young athletes have the proper medical equipment at games and practices. With
When you donate to The Matthew Mangine Jr. Foundation this month during the MMJF Online Birthday Bash, you will help the foundation provide funds for life-saving equipment to school and club sports organizations in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky areas. These funds can be utilized by the
In just the first week, your generosity during the MMJF Online October Fundraiser has already made a difference. Together, we have raised over $1,800 from more than 30 donations so far this month, an average of $60 per pledge.
The Matthew Mangine Jr. Foundation (MMJF), whose mission is to promote awareness, education, and medical safety measures of all cardiac related episodes for competitive youth and high school sports, invites our entire community to visit the foundation’s webpage for the “MMJF Online
Local 12 covered a recent event from The Matthew Mangine Jr. Foundation in which 17 NovaCare athletic trainers received training on CPR and AED response.
Local 12 shares this story about the quick action by an athletic trainer and the use of an automated external defibrillator that helped save the life of a basketball player in Little Rock, Ark.