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Team Joey

Samantha Makris

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WHY I'M RUNNING

I am taking on the 24 in 24 because I want to show these children and their families the support they deserve and need! I hope to bring more awareness to the program and bring so many smiles to the faces of the kids and families who face so many challenges everyday! I also look forward to challenging myself and pushing myself outside of my comfort zone for a great cause!

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RECENT DONATIONS

Kristina Miranda
$25.00
You got this girl!!
McClendon Steven
$100.00
With loving prayers for the Lord's mercy.
April and Al Sirca
$50.00
Marla Metzger
$25.00
Anne Wilson
$50.00
You go girl!!
Lenny Cybulski
$100.00
Anonymous
$100.00
Go Sammy!
Pippi Makris
$20.00
Thank you for choosing me 😻 Run your tail off!
Jack Makris
$100.00
Sammy, we are so proud of you, keep up what you are doing for a wonderful cause.
Kelly Bobeczko
$50.00
Christina Guest
$25.00
Craig Pulling
$100.00
Toni Anders
$50.00
❤️
Izzy Markiewicz
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Janine Watson
$25.00
Jessica Noll
$35.00
So proud of you! So excited for you! Good luck girl ❤️❤️ Love you!!
Samantha Makris
$50.00
From Niko MakrisTeam Joey🖤
ainsley smith
$10.00
Mercy Shipman
$25.00
Shannon McNees
$50.00
TEAM JOEY! Praying for Joey and his family.
Samantha Makris
$100.00
From Dan and Big John Team Joey🖤🖤🖤
Scott Ely
$50.00
Good Luck Sam!!
Nicole Cooke
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Jacqueline Danielson
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Allie Munaretto
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love you sammy!
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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 ...