Autographed Basketballs on Sale to Benefit Brenner
Oct. 5, 2017

By Wake Forest Athletic Communications (@WakeMBB)

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Wake Forest is selling team autographed basketballs to benefit Brenner Children's Hospital. The balls, which are hand-signed by the 2017-18 men's basketball team and coaching staff, are available at the two on-campus bookstores as well as the Deacon Shop in Hanes Mall.

The balls will also be available for sale at Wake Forest Basketball Fan Fest on Saturday, October 14 at 1:30 p.m. at the LJVM Coliseum. At Fan Fest, there is a limit of one autographed item per person. Full sized basketballs to be autographed by the team are prohibited, however mini basketballs will be allowed.

The autographed basketballs sell for $100 with the proceeds being donated to Brenner Children's Hospital at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem.

Wake Forest head coach Danny Manning is a supporter of Brenner Children's Hospital and pediatric cancer research. Cancer remains the leading cause of death from disease among U.S. children over one year of age. Cancer kills more children than cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy, AIDS, asthma and juvenile diabetes combined.

About Brenner Children's Hospital
Wake Forest Baptist Health Brenner Children's Hospital is ranked by U.S. News & World Report among the best children's hospitals in the country. Founded in 1986 and located right here in Winston-Salem, Brenner is the only full-service children's hospital in western North Carolina. They are passionately committed to saving children's lives and dedicated to providing the best approaches to healing. It's more than just their devices and diagnostic tools, which are designed and sized specifically to meet the requirements of children. It is Brenners' people! Everybody who works at Brenner Children's Hospital is focused just on the care of children in need. Their attending physicians, nurses, pharmacists and other health care professionals are all dedicated to making sure that the right child gets the right treatment for his or her size and medical need. Brenner treats more than 4,500 children each year. In addition, more than 21,000 pediatric subspecialty visits occur annually at the hospital-based outpatient clinics.



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