Cohen’s Children’s Medical Center GoFundMe

Jason Falco and gamer Faze Teeqo
Jason Falco and gamer Faze Teeqo

Jason Falco, who was featured with Alex Rodriquez in the PinkTie episode of The Hook-Up on YES network, is a young man who underwent treatment for cancer at Cohen’s Children’s Medical Center. While undergoing treatment, Falco would bring his Xbox console and play video games. He felt this helped him a lot by taking his
mind off treatment.

“Now that I am done with my treatments, I want to help other kids and families that have to go through what my family and I went through,” Falco said.

This experience has inspired Falco to help other families and children also going
through treatment. With the help of video gamer and Youtuber, Faze Teeqo, Jason is raising money through in order to purchase 12 Xbox consoles and donate them to Cohen’s Children’s Medical Center Med 4 floor.

To help Falco reach his goal, donate to

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