There's a very special holiday event happening on the campus on DeVry in North Brunswick. It's an enormous light show that benefits the Hugs For Brady Foundation

Sherrie and Michael Wells started the Hugs for Brady Foundation in 2009, shortly after their 13-month-old son, Brady Michael, was diagnosed with Non-Differentiated Acute Leukemia, a very rare form of leukemia. In 2010, Brady passed away at 23 months old.

The Hugs for Brady Foundation is dedicated to helping children with childhood cancers. This year, Hugs for Brady passed the million dollar milestone in terms of dollars raised to help kids with cancer.

The Hugs For Brady Holiday Light Show is happening through December 30 at DeVry's campus at 630 Route 1 in North Brunswick.

This isn't your average light show. You enter an 180,000 square foot arena featuring light structures like a 3-story walk-through ornament and a 2-story giant present box. See an animatronic talking snowman and a life-sized holiday light princess coach with 8 horses.

The best part of this event, in my opinion, is that your donation will go right to this 501 (c) (3) helping to end pediatric cancer.

This experience also includes food trucks, glow-in-the-dark face painting and roast your own s'more station and much more.

Hours are:

Monday – Thursday 5-9pm
Friday – Saturday 4-10pm
Sunday 4-8:20pm

Click here to get tickets and learn more about Hugs For Brady.