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Team Joey

Cassie Heeter

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WHY I'M RUNNING

I am taking on the 24 in 24 challenge to help these Wish kids battling for their life to be able to have an opportunity to just be a kid again. They have been through so much and knowing I can play a part in making them smile and laugh is worth every mile and every sore muscle. They deserve to make these memories with their families and the least I can do is give up 24 hours to run.

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RECENT DONATIONS

Brian & Nicole Grzybowski
$50.00
We are so proud of you!
Aly Tarach
$50.00
Jacob’s Raffle Basket
$150.00
Go Cassie Go!!!!
Ronni Eicher
$25.00
I love you.
Kim & Joe Atwell
$50.00
Cheering you on always!
Sherry & Tom Lorek
$50.00
Good luck BUT don't push yourself and you now why I am saying that sweet girl.
TIffany Colbert
$25.00
Way 2 go Cassie! Let's go Team Joey!
Susie Vinborg
$25.00
Cheering for you!
Sandra Haffey
$50.00
Go Team Joey!! ♥️
Jessica Thomas
$50.00
joann fransko
$25.00
Jodi Schwendeman
$100.00
I hope you reach your goal, and the proceeds from this event are multiplied to help every one of these kids! xoxoxo
Kim Sutter
$25.00
Christina Reynolds
$25.00
Katie Bukky
$50.00
This is incredible! Hope you reach your goal ❤️
Doug & Denise Breucker
$50.00
So inspiring!
Joshua Hill
$50.00
So awesome!
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About Team Joey

Joey was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in October 2018. He had many ups and downs throughout the intensive treatment he received but overall achieved remission and was set to be done with treatment in March 2021. Two weeks before his last dose of chemo, we found out he relapsed in his spinal fluid - his central nervous system. While this was devastating news, we are thankful it was caught before it had spread to his bone marrow, which would have made his prognosis and treatment much worse. After a year of intensive chemo and cranial radiation, with a lot ...