First Responders
10-13 for NYPD Highway 2 & 73rd pct officer with 9/11 cancer
First Responders
Illness
New York
Created February 10th, 2022

Steve Liell, a retired NYPD officer from Highway 2 and the 73rd PCT, was diagnosed with 9/11- related Colon Cancer that metastasized to his liver in March 2021. He had spent countless hours down at ground zero in the debris saving people under the rubble as well as helping some families find closure, and helping to restore NYC 

   Steve is a father of 4 children with his eldest daughter suffering from Cystic Fibrosis(CF). He is also a founder of Corrine’s Pride, where he raises money two times a year to help find a cure for CF, but this time we are fund raising for him. Two of his children are still teenagers that he has continued to raise despite dealing with cancer & the aggressive treatments that come along with the disease 

    Since Steve is unable to work, he has applied for disability & VCF. Despite the urgent needs for these funds, it can take years to receive. So, we are turning to all of you in hopes that you will please donate to his fundraiser. Anything you donate will be a tremendous help to Steve & his family and will help relieve him of any financial stress. Feel free to share with friends and family 

Thank you 

Donations & Comments

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Michael Grikis
Michael Grikis donated $1,000

Stay strong, Steve! Your room is waiting for you when you come back for another Viking game.

4 months ago
William Schult
William Schult donated $500
4 months ago

Reply from STEPHEN LIELL
4 months ago

Thank you brother for everything 🙏 ✝️

Richard Liell
Richard Liell donated $500

May God strengthen and heal you and grant you salvation in Jesus Christ name, amen.

3 months ago

Reply from STEPHEN LIELL
3 months ago

Amen thank you brother

Colleen & Rob Sembler
Colleen & Rob Sembler donated $100

Steve, Rob and I are thinking and praying for you. You are part of memories with many laughs and smiles and we wish you nothing but good things, a return of good health and much love. There is a song with Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers, "You can't make old friends". Even though we lost touch over the years, you are our friend always!

2 months ago

Reply from STEPHEN LIELL
2 months ago

Omg thank you so much guys those were great times so many laughs is true. Hope all of you are doing well. Friends always 💓

Lori Torrano
Lori Torrano donated $200

Praying for your health and healing…🙏🏼🕊

3 months ago

Reply from STEPHEN LIELL
3 months ago

Thank you for your generosity kindness and prayers all greatly appreciated 🙏✝️

William Volpe
William Volpe donated $50

My prayers and support are with you and your family for a speedy recovery.

3 months ago

Reply from STEPHEN LIELL
3 months ago

Thank you brother for your kindness generosity and prayers

Hedy Sigismondi
Hedy Sigismondi donated $100

Wishing the very best of everything to a real hero God bless you. Stay strong. You got this Hedy Aldina

3 months ago

Reply from STEPHEN LIELL
3 months ago

Thank you for your generosity and kindness 🙏

Tommy Murphy
Tommy Murphy donated $50
3 months ago

Reply from STEPHEN LIELL
3 months ago

Thank you brother NYPD strong 💪

Anthony Mainolfi
Anthony Mainolfi donated $100
4 months ago

Reply from STEPHEN LIELL
4 months ago

Thanks brother 🙏

Joseph Bye
Joseph Bye donated $100

Get your *** better I’m not coaching this year I need you there

4 months ago

Reply from STEPHEN LIELL
4 months ago

Lol I'll be there but you're the head coach now. I'm the GM. 🤣😂 thank you brother

Anonymous
Anonymous donated $10
4 months ago

Reply from STEPHEN LIELL
4 months ago

Thank you greatly appreciated 🙏

Anonymous
Anonymous donated $75
4 months ago

Reply from STEPHEN LIELL
4 months ago

Thank you God Bless

10-13 for NYPD Highway 2  & 73rd pct officer with 9/11 cancer
$7,658 raised of $10,000 goal
76
Donors
55
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134 Days
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Organizer
Cynthia Stasinski
Beneficiary
STEPHEN LIELL
STEPHEN LIELL
Fundraiser Stats
76
Donors
55
Shares
134 Days
Running