BENEFITING: MYTEAM TRIUMPH
AinsleysAngels.org is thrilled to help ensure Maggie can soon roll with the wind in comfort in her very own running chair!
With your generosity, we are certain this can happen soon! As the father of two very special girls that race together with me, I know that the positive energy surrounding the start line, the togetherness of every member preparing to "roll with the wind", the fearlessness of the athletes, the normalcy of the family, and the love we all have for each other is a therapy like no other.
A message from Maggie’s Mom:
Hello friends and family!
As many of you know our miss Maggie was diagnosed in 2007 with Rett syndrome. Rett syndrome has taken so much away from our little lady. Maggie is still a very happy and active little girl though who surprises us everyday with her laughs and smiles. Maggie has taught us so much about what life is supposed to be about.
On May 18th 2014 Maggie was able to run her first 5k marathon with her angel Josh and Team Hoyt New England. At first we were nervous about her being away from us for 20 minutes for the race, but saw pictures of her in the race. Maggie's face was priceless. Her smile was so big. She loved it! We are asking for donations so Maggie can get her own race wheelchair and can continue her journey in these marathons with Josh and Team Hoyt New England. We would appreciate everyone's help!!!
Thank you all so very much.
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