"This was put into my life for a reason so now I'm really into doing cancer research/charity work & that's going to be my new focus from now on." - Aly Wolff
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Aly Wolff -- cancer fighter and inspiration to thousands through the #BiebsMeetAly campaign. Aly Wolff was diagnosed with a neuroendocrine tumor (cancer) in her liver in May of 2012. From the moment Aly was diagnosed, she fought hard to not let the cancer affect her everyday life. Aly strived to bring awareness to neuroendocrine tumors and raise money for cancer research so that no one else would have to endure what she had to during her fight. Aly passed away on April 22, 2013 -- just four weeks before the 1st Annual Aly's Honky Tonk Hustle 5K Run/Walk which was held on May 18th, 2013.
The 1st Annual Aly's Honky Tonk Hustle was a huge success and raised $125,000 for cancer research.
The second annual Aly's Honky Tonk Hustle will take place on May 17, 2014 and we invite you to join us. All proceeds will help support Aly's dream of finding a cure and groundbreaking cancer research initiatives at the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center.
Register here: www.alyshonkytonkhustle.com
On March 13th, 2014, The Aly Wolff Foundation Inc became a non-profit 501c3 charitable organization. This was one of Aly's long-terms goals and we strive to maintain it for her! Live For Aly!
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