31 Mar / These preschool friends have a lesson to teach us about what it means to help those you care about, even if it means raising 1 million dollars
When Dylan was 6 years old, he did what any good friend would do. If your schoolyard friend falls and scrapes their knee, you give them a bandaid. If your friend has a life-threatening disease, then you help find a cure, right? It made sense to Dylan, and it certainly resonated with a community of caring individuals who helped raise some serious funding. “It is now reality. It’s not just a dream that these children can be cured,” Dr. David Weinstein, who runs the University of Florida lab, told Fox 17. To date, Dylan has raised more than $750,000 in the fight against GSD. Before the money began pouring in from book sales, funding for Weinstein’s research was falling flat, ABC News reported. “Chocolate Bar” has given those suffering from GSD renewed hope for a better tomorrow.
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