Julie's Fundraising Page

I walk because... this is the closest thing we'll ever have to a family photo
I walk because... this is the closest thing we'll ever have to a family photo

#TeamWolverineWalksOn

The average life expectancy for a person diagnosed with glioblastoma is 12-15 months. My husband defied those odds and lived for 28 months after his diagnosis. Statistically that makes his story one of success. I’m back for my 7th Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk because success in beating brain cancer should be measured in decades, not months, and I trust the researchers and Dana Farber to get us to that point. Here’s to another 26.2 miles in 2022! 

PROGRESS TO GOAL

Raised:$230
Goal:$1,500
Julie Wilson's Team: Team Wolverine
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THANK YOU TO MY DONORS

NAME
AMOUNT
Fundraising Honor Roll
Adam & Miranda Quinlan
$100
Joe and Sue Wright
$50
Mrs. Julie W Wilson
$30
Mrs. Valerie Nixon
I'm Living Proof buttons
Every dollar raised helps fuel Dana-Farber Cancer Institute's 50-50 balance between lifesaving research and total patient care.
Together, we can conquer cancer!