'She did it for the kids'

Underdog advocate wins award for YouTube video.
Cary Ashby
Dec 8, 2013

 

College student Alison Doughty is all about "the kids" and underdogs.

For the last four years, the 2009 Willard High School graduate has been involved in the annual Bowling Green State University Dance Marathon, which raises money for Mercy Children's Hospital in Toledo. The school has partnered with the hospital for about 19 years and in that time, BGSU has raised more than $2.7 million.

This year, the marathon raised about $314,000. BGSU recently presented the hospital with a $40,500 check, which was money raised by an award-winning YouTube video created by the daughter of Norwalk City Schools Superintendent Dennis Doughty and his wife, Kris.

"I can say it's just an indescribable organization," said the 22-year-old BGSU senior, who is part of the core leadership team.

To watch Alison Doughty's video, click HERE.

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Comments

Cliff Cannon

What a beautiful heart warming story, from a beautiful heart warming young lady. Best of all, every time I read of gifted young leaders like her doing awesome things, the future looks brighter & brighter