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INFO: Team Joey D Foundation

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Joey Degnan. (Photo courtesy of the Team Joey D. Foundation Facebook page) Joey Degnan. (Photo courtesy of the Team Joey D. Foundation Facebook page)

The Team Joey D Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to finding a cure for pediatric cancer.

You can learn more about the foundation on the Team Joey D Foundation Facebook page.

On Saturday at 6:30 p.m., the Team Joey D. Foundation will host its 2nd Annual Strike Down Pediatric Cancer Bowling Night at the 30 Strikes Bowling. (Address below)

30 Strikes Bowling

501 South White Horse Pike

Stratford, N.J.

The event will celebrate Joey Degnan's 3rd anniversary of his bone marrow transplant. All of the funds raised from Saturday's event will benefit Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

If you can't attend but would like to donate, you can send a check made out to "Team Joey D. Foundation" to the address below:

Team Joey D. Foundation

PO Box 145

Berlin, N.J. 08009

You can learn more about bone marrow transplants and how to join the registry at Be The Match (marrow.org).

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