Annie's Army's Fundraising Page

Our inspiration #shepersisted
Our inspiration #shepersisted

WHY WE'RE FUNDRAISING WITH THE JIMMY FUND WALK TO FIGHT CANCER

Why do we walk? This is our 18th year to support an amazing organization. WE walk in memory of my sister Annie. She was and continues to be our inspiration. Although the walk is considered to be “remote “ this year due to COVID, cancer doesn’t work remotely.  It continues to effect so many families each and every year. Dana Farber gave such wonderful care to my sister and great support to my nephew and brother-in-law through it all. Even after Annie passed, Dana Farber kept in contact with them. We will be eternally grateful for all the services Dana Farber availed to my sister and her family.  Please continue to go get your yearly physicals but also make sure you eat that piece of chocolate cream pie as well.  If we learned anything from Annie’s journey, she showed us how fleeting life can be and why we need to make the most of what we got.  Thank you so much for your continued support.  Remote hugs and kisses to you all.  xoxo.  

PROGRESS TO GOAL

Raised:$1,070
Goal:$300
1team member

THANK YOU TO OUR TEAM MEMBERS

C = Team Captain
NAME
AMOUNT RAISED
x5x
x$1,070.00x

THANK YOU TO OUR TEAM DONORS

NAME
AMOUNT
Team Honor Roll
Anonymous
Cheryl Cook in memory of Annie Blake
$50
Chuck, Sharon and Robert Ouellette
$25
Don & Cindy Nicholson
$150
John Blake
$300
Lemay Family
$20
Mike and Marcia Cassidy
$100
Mr. & Mrs. Marc Burke
$100
Mrs. Jackie Cook
$5
Ms. Abaigeal Vergados
$25
Pauline Jane
$25
Ryan Fandl
$50
Simpson Family
$20
The Spence Family
$100
Tom and Laura Beaupre
$50
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2021 Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk

Our inspiration #shepersisted
Our inspiration #shepersisted

Annie's Army

Why do we walk? This is our 18th year to support an amazing organization. WE walk in memory of my sister Annie. She was and continues to be our inspiration. Although the walk is considered to be “remote “ this year due to COVID, cancer doesn’t work remotely.  It continues to effect so many families each and every year. Dana Farber gave such wonderful care to my sister and great support to my nephew and brother-in-law through it all. Even after Annie passed, Dana Farber kept in contact with them. We will be eternally grateful for all the services Dana Farber availed to my sister and her family.  Please continue to go get your yearly physicals but also make sure you eat that piece of chocolate cream pie as well.  If we learned anything from Annie’s journey, she showed us how fleeting life can be and why we need to make the most of what we got.  Thank you so much for your continued support.  Remote hugs and kisses to you all.  xoxo.  

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