Congratulations to Our 2023 Aylo Health Do Amazing Things Award Winners

Picture of both Madison Mangham and Mason Moody receiving their Do Amazing Things Award. Standing next to Brian Choi (left) and Younghoe Koo (right)

Aylo is a proud sponsor of Positive Athlete Georgia. Each year we award a male and female student athlete in the communities we serve with our Do Amazing Things award. This award celebrates and embodies the heart of a Positive Athlete and demonstrates the importance of their giving heart, and how they push themselves to always do amazing things. Each student athlete is awarded a $1000 scholarship to recognize their hard work and dedication to being a leader in our community.  

We are honored to announce the 2023 Aylo Health Do Amazing Things Award winners. Please give a big congratulations to Madison Mangham and Mason Moody! Not only are they exceptional students and athletes, but their drive to love and care for others is what truly sets them apart.  

Madison Mangham is a senior multi-sport athlete from Locust Grove High School and one of the ways she does amazing things is through baking to help others. Madison began selling her homemade cookies at school and church for her charity “Cookies for Cancer,” and 100% of her sales went to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Madison started her “Cookies for Cancer” charity because her brother, Mason, has a condition which causes him to produce too much histamine which could lead to Leukemia. Not only does she sell homemade cookies, but she also creates and sells bracelets and t-shirts. Through her charity, Madison has donated over $50,000 to CHOA.  

Mason Moody is a junior wrestler at Locust Grove high School, and he doesn’t let anything stand in his way. He was born with a neurological disorder that limits the movement of his hands and feet. Doctors mentioned early on that Mason would not function like other kids and did not expect him to run or play sports. Mason has had 13 surgeries to gain movement in his hands. But through all of Mason’s 17 years, he has never let his disability deter him from doing amazing things. He won the state championship as a sophomore and was the runner up this year. His dad is always cheering him on and so are we.  

Positive Athlete Georgia is a way to recognize and celebrate the high character of high school student-athletes and coaches who have overcome difficult circumstances and have infections positive attitudes that make everyone around them a better person. Since 2016, over 5,000 student-athletes and coaches have been nominated from over 425 Georgia High Schools and giving over $300,00 in scholarships.  

Visit Positive Athlete Georgia’s website for more on nominations and additional information.