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Team Annika

Melissa  Mullowney

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I will run for these kids and their families every year until my legs tell me that I can’t. This is my 4th year running the 24in24, every year, 1 mile every hour, for 24 hours. No sleep! I’ve had amazing support from family and friends, I appreciate all of you. All of the pain from this event including training, is absolutely nothing compared to what these kids face each day. As a mother of an 8 year old boy, I’m so fortunate to say we’ve never faced anything like these families. Straight up heroes for what they deal with everyday. ❤️ Thank you for your continued support year after year!! Let’s grant some wishes!

$1500 of $1500 goal

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Donation Total: $100.00


Jacki duka
finally figured out how to donate so let's make that goal!! you are an inspiration Mel!!!!
Mark Dick
Kelly Bolaney
Way to go Mel!
Lisa Alston
Always here to support you my friend!!! ♥️
Kim Lower
James Barragan
Marie Grum
Good Luck Mel even though you don't need it. lol You are AMAZING for running to raise funds for these AMAZING kids.
Tony Boris
You got this Mel!!!
Steve Goga
Don't forget to stretch
Brittany Klausner
Go Mel!!
Vincent Veverka
So proud of you and your dedication to this event every year. Praying for a safe and successful run for you!
chris gorman
You're a vet at this. Go get'em kid!
Joan Strand
Jason Blond
You got this!
Kristi Szabo
Kaitlyn Ford
So proud of you!!!
Jessie Metrick
You got this Mel !! So awesome of you to do !
Joan Strand
We are so proud of you
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About Team Annika

Annika is a charming and tenacious three-year-old girl with an infectious smile and bold sense of adventure. At 3 months old, she had her first hospital admission. A month later, an MRI and EEG reveled that Anni suffered extensive damage that destroyed over half her brain. After extensive testing, the cause of her widespread cystic encephalomalacia remains unknown. The next year and a half of Annika’s life was filled with hospital stays, surgeries, and collecting a myriad of specialists, therapists, and secondary diagnoses. Anni has mixed hyperkinetic bilateral cerebral palsy, CVI and other neurological visual impairments, and takes most of ...