Perry Hall mother creates bow business, raises $20k for pediatric cancer research

PERRY HALL, Md. – A Baltimore County mom was inspired to start a bow tie business after her daughter’s cancer diagnosis. Zoey’s Boweys has raised more than $20,000 for childhood cancer research to date.

Meyli Markward, of Perry Hall, hopes the arches will give confidence to girls like her daughter, Zoey, as they fight for their lives. Zoey was diagnosed with a rare form of neuroblastoma when she was just three months old. Doctors expected the cancer to go away without treatment or intervention, but it has returned and spread to Zoey’s rib. Zoey, now 2 years old, is currently undergoing rigorous chemotherapy at Johns Hopkins.

Zoey’s family generously donates bows to children battling cancer or going through a rough time. If you know a child in need or are interested in purchasing Zoey’s Boweys products, click here. Local pick up is also possible.

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