Tween Cancer Survivor Starts Toy Drive For Pediatric Cancer Patients

When David Lauritzen was 18 months old, he was diagnosed with a rare type of cancer, but fortunately, they caught it early and after chemo and radiation he was able to beat it.

Then when David was six, he started raising money during pediatric cancer awareness month in September to buy toys to give to kids in the hospital fighting cancer.

The first year he raised over $1,000 and the next year, he more than doubled that, so they created a nonprofit, David's Toy Project, and now the 12-year-old works on it all year.

Source: Today

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