Fishers woman sells Denverapolis sweatshirts to benefit Peyton Manning Children's Hospital

INDIANAPOLIS -- Sunday might be the last time Peyton Manning plays a professional football game. 

Many folks in Indy hope he goes out a winner. Long ago, he won the hearts and minds of Hoosiers. 

And a Fishers woman says she created a shirt to raise money for the hospital that bears his name. 

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The sweatshirts say Denverapolis on the front. The shirts are available on the Johnny Mac's Sporting Goods online store for $25. They are $30 if you want Manning's number on the back. Part of the proceeds will go to Peyton Manning Children's Hospital. 

It's the idea of two-time cancer survivor Melanie Brown Woodard. 

"I would take these two cancers I carry with me and will for the rest of my life. I would take those 100 times over than to have to watch a child suffer. This little bit of money, if it is only $1,200, if that can put a smile on someone's face -- it's made my day," Woodard said. 

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