On October 5th, Maddie Donnelly, along with her mother and representatives from the Berwick Area School District presented Allied Services with a check for more than three thousand dollars in support of WNEP’s Ryan’s Run campaign. The non-profit health system’s annual fundraising campaign, now in its ninth year, aims to change the lives of children and adults with disabilities and chronic illness across Northeastern & Central Pennsylvania by investing in cutting-edge rehab technology and therapy services.
“Mile for Maddie” was a week-long fundraiser coordinated by the Berwick Area School District to honor Ryan’s Run 9 ambassador and student Maddie Donnelly. Students had the opportunity to walk or run a mile during their physical education classes in an effort to raise funds for WNEP’s Ryan’s Run 9.
Photo ID: front from left: Karen May, Physical Education Teacher, Berwick School District; Jim Brogna, Vice President Corporate Advancement & Communications, Allied Services; Maddie Donnelly, Berwick Middle School Student; Darlene Donnelly; Jennifer Paulis, School Counselor, Berwick School District; Back row from left: Jen Hester, School Counselor, Berwick School District; Atty. Bill Conaboy, President & CEO, Allied Services; Greg Michael, Principal, Berwick Middle School; Jodi Walp, Dean of Students, Berwick Middle School; Dave Robbins, Assistant Principal, Berwick Middle School.??