More than 10,000 volunteers hosted lemonade stands over the weekend to commemorate the 10th anniversary of a 4-year-old who first raised $2,000 for pediatric cancer while she was being treated for neuroblastoma.
In 2000, Alex Scott told her parents that she wanted to open a lemonade stand to help doctors at her local hospital. By the time the little girl died in 2004, her efforts had raised $1 million. Her parents continue the work today leading a foundation in her name.
Even supermodel Cindy Crawford helped pour lemonade along with other celebrities in Hollywood to help support the ten years of work by Alex’s Lemonade Stand.
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