CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - The Cincinnati Bengals quarterback and his wife spent Thursday night helping the families of sick and disabled children.
The Holiday Hearts program was held at The Underground.
Twelve families spent time with the Daltons, enjoying a fun holiday-themed evening. The event included dinner, holiday treat-making, a Build-a-Bear station, games and presents.
Each family received a family gift and Christmas tree along with additional gifts from their wish lists.
"Holiday Hearts is one of our favorite programs every year." said Andy Dalton. "We feel incredibly blessed to be able to provide Christmas spirit for these kids and their families who may not have otherwise been able to experience it this year. These families go through so much throughout the year, and we're happy to provide a night where they can simply focus on being with each other and create lasting memories."
Holiday Hearts is one of five programs established by the Andy and Jordan Dalton Foundation, which continues its mission of providing opportunities, support and resources to seriously ill and physically challenged children and their families in the Greater Cincinnati and Fort Worth areas.
Go here for more information about the Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation.