ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) - Bills Hall of Famer Joe DeLamielleure is making the long march to Canton, Ohio, hoping to raise money and awareness for kids in need of prosthetics.
Joe D. hit the road this morning, beginning his 213-mile journey alongside Joey Funderburk, who was born without legs because of a rare birth defect.
Funderburk, who was adopted from Romania, and his family created the Grace's Lamp charity to raise money for kids in similar situations.
"I played 13 years in the NFL and never had a surgery," said DeLamielleure. "A lot of the guys I played with can't walk. They don't have prosthetics, but they can't walk, so it really hit home. I wanted to make a difference."
Joe plans to spent the next ten days making his journey to Canton.
You can learn more about Grace's Lamp at www.graceslamp.org
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