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Help Us Support Liam Moyer & his family
Submitted By Jacinta Faries on Friday, October 11, 2019
Liam Moyer is the brother of Alison Moyer who plays on our Atom LL team.  A grade 11 student at EDSS, an avid hunter, fisherman and Woolwich Wildcat hockey player, Liam has recently been diagnosed with B-cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL).  Over the next month he will be receiving treatment at Victoria Children’s Hospital in London. 

In order to support Liam, his brother Ben, his sister Alie, and his parents Rob and Peri, Liam’s friends have organized a “Team Liam Fundraiser”.  For every $20 T-shirt or $4.99 helmet sticker sold, all proceeds will be donated back to the family to offset the cost of gas, parking, food and accommodations while Liam is undergoing treatment.  



Purchase a shirt, a helmet sticker or make a donation using the link below and support the Moyer Family!  Share the link with your friends, teammates, and your family!  Post on social media and let’s show Liam our unwavering support.  

Click here to order Team Liam T-shirts & Helmet Stickers

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