On April 7th,2018, Hockey players from The Framingham Fire and Framingham Police Departments are lacing up their skates for a cause that is close to their hearts, The Why Not Devin Foundation to defeat DIPG. This years 9th annual Police/Fire Charity Game will be played to Benefit and honor the legacy of a 6-year-old Framingham resident, Devin Suau who lost his battle against DIPG. Both teams will then take the ice once again A few weeks later, on April 20, 21 and 22, 2018, to play in the 2nd annual Heroes Cup Hockey Tournament with all proceeds they raise going to The Why Not Devin Foundation to defeat DIPG, which has been created by Devin’s Family. Devin Suau after falling off his snowboard in January 2017 and seeing a doctor about a possible concussion, was diagnosed with Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG). DIPG is a rare pediatric cancer that is aggressive and unforgiving. The tumor was located in the brain stem, and tragically, because of its location, it was inoperable and had no known cure. Devin's family was told he had somewhere between 8 months to 2 years to live. The News was crippling to Devin's family, but they knew someone would have to be the first to beat DIPG - which created the #WhynotDevin hash tag that made it around the World! Devin was the youngest of four brothers in an amazing family in Framingham, MA. They loved each other in a way that was inspiring to anyone they met. At six-years old, Devin was one the funniest, most fun-loving, athletic kids you could meet. He could light up room with his contagious laugh and brighten your day with his amazing smile and quick wit. Devin was amazing. Sadly, On October 20, 2017 - nine months after his DIPG diagnosis, and just one week before what would have been his 7th birthday, Devin lost his battle with DIPG. The world lost a superhero, and a family lost their anchor. With this fundraiser, The Framingham Fire Department and the Framingham Police Department are coming together to help Devin's family raise awareness about DIPG. DIPG, because of it's rarity, gets very little to zero funding, research, or backing from the medical community. That has to change! Our children deserve a chance to grow! Please Join the Suau's fight by remembering Devin by donating to our cause which will benefit Devin’s, Why Not Devin Foundation to Defeat DIPG.