August 24th, 2018
Source: Daily Herald
“Eight-year-old Jocelyn Aho also had a lemonade stand this summer at her family’s Lombard home. It wasn’t to earn some spending money, however, or even to save up for college.
No, this lemonade stand has been all about helping her twin brother, Jacob, and other children like him who have brain cancer.
On an afternoon in late July, the lemonade stand brought in about $1,300, which will be donated to the Cameron Can Foundation, an organization that helps children with long-term neurological conditions. She’s continuing to raise money for children with brain tumors on an active donation website through Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, where her brother receives treatment. It’s already brought in another $1,700.”