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Team Brooks

Amanda Griffith

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I am honored to be taking on the 24 in 24 for my second year, and my reason why is still the same, the wish kids and their families. These kids, their families, and this event have touched my heart. I would love nothing more than to heal all these beautiful wish kids and take away all the pain they and their families go through every day, but unfortunately I can't. What I am lucky enough to be able to do though, is run. So for these kids and their families...I run.

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Vikki Deets
Stefanie and Joe Farinacci
Laurie & Greg
Cynthia Gessler
So proud of you, Amanda! Very happy for Brooks! Best wishes!
Brian Bash
Elaine Horvath
Good luck Amanda! So proud of you and love your passion for such a great organization!
Heather Minx
Such an amazing cause and so proud of you for being a part of it!! Brooks is one adorable little dude and I'm so happy you are supporting him!
Christian D Castilla
Amazing effort for an amazing cause. Thank you for what you're doing!
Ali Donatelli-Boardman
Congratulations Amanda on another year of running the 24 in 24! Extremely proud of you and the work you are doing in support of this wonderful cause and the kiddos it benefits!
Bridget Crocker
Lindsay Konopka
Warren Lockhart
Jason & Sarah Ogurchak
Stephanie Downing
Ryan Cuglewski
Mike Woolley
M & D
Joe Fortunato
So excited you’re doing this again! Love you!
Nicolina Suglia
Love you! You got this!
James & Jackson Doerr
We love you to Our 🌟, the 🌙, and all the way back to the 🍌!
Ashley Medley
So so proud of you!! What an awesome cause!!
Kathleen Crane
Angela McGuffin
I’m so proud of you. 🩵
Jo Jopek
Emily Robinson
Good luck, Amanda! I’m so incredibly proud of you!!
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About Team Brooks

On March 16, 2022, our 3-year-old son Brooks, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia. He had been complaining of leg pain, which we later came to find out was from the build-up of abnormal white blood cells in his bone marrow. Because his cancer cells have an unfavorable gene mutation, Brooks is considered high-risk and is on a three-year treatment plan that consists of chemotherapy and steroid treatments. The first year was a tough one, but Brooks showed us all how to embrace the journey. He never complains, even when he’s not feeling well. He is nonstop energy, full of ...