Support Conor Kehoe in His Fight Against Leukemia

On Tuesday December 1st Conor got diagnosed with T-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). Jenny had noticed that Conor had slept in very late a few days in a row, which was very abnormal for him. Jenny being the amazing nurse practitioner she is and because Kevin is Type 1 Diabetic, started trending his sugars looking for a possible diagnosis similar to Kevin. As a result, Conor went to get some testing and blood work done. What they didn’t know was that this lab work was going to show extremely elevated White Blood Cells. Conor’s Pediatrician immediately advised them to go to Children’s Hospital for further testing and evaluation. They arrived to Children’s Hospital on Tuesday morning and once there Conor underwent several lab tests and procedures. Conor’s lab tests revealed that he had blasts in his blood, which are found in a person with Leukemia. The Oncologist came in and gave Jenny and Kevin the worst news any parent could ever hear; that Conor did in fact have Leukemia. It wasn’t until Wednesday Dec 2nd that they found out it was Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). So far Conor has endured several lab tests, various diagnostic procedures including a bone marrow biopsy, a lumbar puncture with IT chemo, and a port placement. Conor is expected to be in the hospital until the beginning of January undergoing various treatments and procedures. The entire Daly and Kehoe family are in absolute shock and disbelief and just want to be there to support Jenny, Kevin, and especially Conor during this trying time.

If you know Conor, you are one lucky person. Conor has a heart of gold and he is the silliest, smartest, and bravest little 2 year old. This truck loving, gold fish eating, and puppy loving boy does not deserve this horrible disease. He is a little fighter and he is so lucky to have the love and support of everyone around him. Jenny said it best when she said, “I will never understand Gods plan or why he gave Conor cancer but he is the strongest, bravest, and not to mention most handsome kid I have ever met and he will kick cancers ass.”

As you might imagine, this beautiful family has been literally crushed by this diagnosis. Anyone who knows Jenny, Kevin and Conor knows they are the last people to ask for help. During Conor’s fight against Leukemia Jenny and Kevin are going to incur many expenses related to his treatment. The goal of this GoFundMe is to not only help decrease the stress Jenny and Kevin will endure with medical expenses, but Jenny and Kevin also want to make donations to Children’s Hospital to help in any way they can in the fight against cancer.

With COVID and everyday life we know finances have been so hard on so many people. Any little bit you can offer is so appreciated. We ask that if you cannot donate if you would please pray for our handsome little man.

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  • Patricia Succar 
    • $200 
    • 1 d
  • Anonymous 
    • $25 
    • 4 d
  • Jennifer Czekaj 
    • $50 
    • 5 d
  • Anonymous 
    • $40 
    • 11 d
  • Caroline Collins 
    • $40 
    • 12 d
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Fundraising team (5)

Kelsey Daly 
Organizer
Raised $6,900 from 78 donations
Rockville, MD
Jenny Kehoe 
Beneficiary
Meghan Kehoe 
Team member
Raised $5,091 from 47 donations
Jessica Daly 
Team member
Raised $1,210 from 27 donations
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