You probably wouldn’t think clowns, zombies, aliens, and werewolves would head up a very good fundraising campaign, but ALL of them did a pretty amazing job of bringing in donations at this event today.

Take a look. Churches, schools, and law enforcement agencies in the South Hills are rallying around a Bethel Park boy diagnosed with a rare and inoperable brain tumor.

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The Halloween Fundraising Bash for Joey Fabus also raised awareness about the devastating illness (Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma). Joey’s story, and his dream of being a police officer, has inspired people across the country.

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Halloween is Joey’s favorite time of year, so organizers turned it into a huge costume party at St. Valentine Parish in Bethel Park, with contests, dancing, and a D.J.

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Family and loved ones created their own organization to support the cause. You can find out more at littlejoeysarmy.net