An Evening for Molly

Drinks, Hors D'oeuvres, Music, Live & Silent Auctions

Molly's Story

Molly Robson Keegan and her three children were involved in a catastrophic car accident in July 2013. Miraculously, the children were unharmed. Molly, however, suffered serious damage to her spinal cord, leaving her a quadriplegic. After a month in ICU and three months rehabilitation, she returned home in time for Thanksgiving.

Molly lives in Easton, MD. Her greatest joy in life is her role as wife to her husband, Brendan and mom to their 3 children, Wylie (6), Finn (4) and Piper (1). She is an instigator and equal contributor to the daily household "chaos" – usually singing and laughing her way through most of it.

As Founder and Clinical Director of Learning Together LLC, Molly has dedicated her professional life to developing and implementing programs to improve the quality of life for children with autism spectrum disorders.

We know that as a quadriplegic, Molly will have a life-long need for rehabilitation therapy and around-the-clock in-home care, in addition to the present need for home renovations so that she can stay and work from her home.

Tuesday, October 28 at 5:30 Union League of Philadelphia


$100/Person, $150/Couple.

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