Tucker was fortunate that his cancer treatment was close to his home, family and friends. Thus Tucker was able to play with others nearly every single day he was in the hospital. Tucker vowed to return to the hospital and play with other children suffering illnesses and hospital stays. Since he cannot make those visits, Team Tucker has created the opportunity for family, old friends and new friends to Play It Forward. Volunteers will get to spend time in Kyle Rudolph’s End Zone and Play with patients at the U of M Masonic Children’s Hospital. Undoubtedly many will make new friendships. The children who are patients will be able to forget about their diseases and the children who are healthy will be able to appreciate their good fortune and bring joy to those without it. Every participant will have greater happiness and quality of life.