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Team Amelia

Morgan Kilpeck

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I am taking on the 24 in 24 to challenge myself and raise money.

$1100 of $700 goal

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Donation Total: $100.00


Char McAuley
Great job Morgan
Julie Fetchik
GO CRUSH IT MORGAN!!! So sprouts of you!!!
Kelly Anderson
So proud of you Morgan for taking on such a challenge! You’re gonna do great!!! Love, the Andersons
Kelly Legan
You rock Morgan!!! We will be rooting for you! xo The Legans
Sandy and Rick Tami
Good luck Morgan!
Bob Leskovec
Good luck Morgan!
John Bennardo
Way to go Morgan!
Lori Kilpeck
Morgan, We love you and are so proud of your! Love Mom, Dad, Mackenzie and Madion
Sara Hodgson
Way to go, Morgan!
Ashley Burr
Go Morgan!!! You have the kindest heart. Love that you’re doing this. We are rooting for you!! XO The Burrs
Stephanie Goetz
Julie Kolcum
Love this! What an incredible way to help others!
Jill Kilpeck
Great cause!
Amanda Rickelman
The Clendenning Family
This is awesome – happy to help support you!
Morgan, your kindness and compassion are inspiring!
Ann Leskovec
Stephanie Buzecan
Max and Leo Stanicki
We are proud of you, Morgan!!
Bob and Linda Leskovec
Very proud of you Morgan. Love you!!
Judy & Larry Kilpeck
Way to go Mo!!❤️❤️❤️. We are once again proud of what you do!
Krissy & Tommy Leskovec
Way to go Morgan! What a great cause to support!!
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About Team Amelia

Amelia was born on December 31, 2014. She came into this world as a 23 week, 1lb 2oz micro-preemie. Her twin sister Grace was only 7 oz and passed away at two hours old. Amelia spent the first 176 days of her life in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. She developed hydrocephalus due to two brain bleeds within the first few weeks of her life which required a VP shunt to be placed to drain the excess cerebrospinal fluid from the ventricles in her brain. We faced many obstacles while in the NICU; a severe infection that led to sepsis, ...