McNeeley Foundation’s goal is to help children
The Payson Roundup | August 19, 2011 | By Max Foster
What began seven years ago as a small-town, grass roots effort to earn $8,000-plus to buy a motorized wheelchair, called a Go-Bot, for a 5-year-old Pine boy who suffered from spinal muscular atrophy, has blossomed into a charity that has earned and donated more than $40,000 to pay medical expenses for needy Rim Country children.
The Justice McNeeley Foundation, which is run entirely by unpaid volunteers, has a motto of “Help Us Help a Child” and helping is what the organization does best.
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