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So Kids Can Auction to Benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Washington, DC

April 9, 2018
F OR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – April 10, 2018 

MSE Foundation Announces So Kids Can Auction

Funds benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Washington, DC

ARLINGTON, Va. – Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation announced today a So Kids Can auction during the 2018 Stanley Cup Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. All proceeds will benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Washington, DC (RMHCDC).

The auction features autographed items from So Kids Can participants Nicklas Backstrom, Braden Holtby and Tom Wilson, along with two suite tickets to Game 2.

The So Kids Can auction is currently open on Handbid and will close at the end of the 2nd intermission during Game 2 on Sunday, April 15. 

So Kids Can was created in 2008 by former Capitals defenseman Mike Green and Elliot Segal to benefit youth-focused, nonprofit organizations. Backstrom and former Caps forward Brooks Laich joined the cause in 2011, former Caps defenseman Karl Alzner and Holtby joined in 2015 and Wilson joined in 2017. To date, So Kids Can has donated more than $350,000 to charity. Most recently, the 2016-17 So Kids Campaign raised $30,267.88 for Martha's Table.

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About Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Greater Washington, DC (RMHCDC)
Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Greater Washington, DC, a non-profit, 501 (C) (3), eases the hardship of children's illness on families through programs that directly improve the health and wellbeing of children. Through its three core programs: two Ronald McDonald Houses®, two Ronald McDonald Family Rooms®, and two Ronald McDonald Care Mobiles®; RMHCDC keeps families with sick children together and close to the medical care their child needs at leading local hospitals. RMHCDC programs not only provide access to quality health care, they enable family-centered care ensuring families are fully supported and actively involved in their children's care. For more information, visit