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Team Waylon

Angela McGuffin

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WHY I'M RUNNING

When I first participated in 2020, I thought I knew my why. Now that I have participated in this event for 2 years, I KNOW my why. To be able to grant wishes for these kids, show face to face support to these families, and make an impact to the people in my direct community is my why. It’s my favorite weekend of the year and I feel so lucky that I get to be part of something so incredible. The 24 in 24 is a movement.

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RECENT DONATIONS

Angela McGuffin
$21.00
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Mailyn Wolske Mendoza
$30.00
Danielle Oddo
$10.00
Grandma Sydney
$20.00
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Wanda O'Ryan
$50.00
Linda Robinson
$50.00
So proud of you!
Elaine Wolf
$30.00
Hi Angela - I see you'll be singing according to your mom. Can't wait to hear that and see how many buckets of money you guys raise for the kids this year!
Rachael Zevnik
$25.00
Kelly Marino
$50.00
Laura McGuffin
$100.00
I love a challenge. Can’t wait to hear you sing and can’t wait to support you and volunteer once again this year. Such an amazing event ❤️
Karen Zook
$50.00
Go get'em Ang.!
Debra Jasinski
$25.00
Robyn Hensch
$100.00
Go Team Waylon! Love the Hensch Fam!
Lori Wynn
$50.00
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Alvin McGuffin
$100.00
May God Bless this young man and for all the treatments that he has to go through prayers for him and his family!!!!!
Melissa Gant
$10.00
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About Team Waylon

Waylon is such a kind, sweet, yet spunky 3-year-old soul.  His cuddles are legendary, but his independence is fierce. He is a little gentleman who shows kindness to everyone. When he loves you, he LOVES you. He loves his “sissy”, “bro bro”, grandmas, aunts, and friends, and has such a special relationship with all of them. In January, Waylon was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, or ALL. The first month of treatment was perhaps the hardest of all, but through it all, Waylon was a fighter. He is currently in remission, with another two years of treatment ahead. He is ...