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Please Note: All of the net proceeds from this year’s event will benefit Logan Mayo of Agawam, MA.
In October of 2017, four year old Logan Mayo of Agawam, MA was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). It all started with Logan being extremely tired and unusual bruising. A visit to their pediatrician turned into the discovery of this terrible disease. Immediately after diagnosis, Logan was admitted to Baystate Children's Hospital and treatment started right away. Logan is in great hands at Baystate Pediatric Oncology Group in addition to the love and support of his parents, family, friends and most importantly God.
Logan is currently undergoing chemotherapy that will last for 3 years. Treatment is based on cycles that at times will require Logan to spend days at the hospital. Due to chemotherapy, Logan is not able to go to school or daycare, preventing his mother, Angelica from working at least for 6-8 months depending on how the treatment progresses.
By the grace of God, Logan has had a great response to the treatment so far and preliminary tests have shown that the treatment is working. We are so thankful for this blessing and we ask for all of you to continue praying for Logan's recovery and strength for this family.
As friends and family are learning this news, many are asking what they can do to help. For those that are able, we are asking for your support in any way possible. No matter how small your contribution, it can make a real impact by taking away one more thing to worry about and helping this family focus on Logan's recovery and care. All money raised will go directly to the Mayo Family to help with medical and other expenses.
Leo, Angelica and their son Little Leo are so very grateful for the outpouring of love and support that they have been receiving. They know that they are not alone in this journey!
The Mighty Max Johnson Heart Foundation is a volunteer organization created and organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, and carries on activities in furtherance of such purposes.