About the B+ Foundation

fixedgradThe Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation honors the memory of Andrew McDonough, a 14 year old athlete and ‘A’ student at Salesianum HS from Wilmington, Delaware.  Andrew went from playing four soccer games on January 27, 2007 to cardiac arrest and a diagnosis of leukemia and sepsis just 48 hours later.

Andrew’s blood type and the family’s motto was, and continues to be, “B+” …“Be Positive”.  Andrew’s valiant journey was chronicled by local and national media and his website received over 1,000,000 hits in the first six months.  Andrew went to Heaven on July 14, 2007.

Visit the Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation website for more of Andrew’s story, including how you can help carry on his legacy and make a difference.

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