For the third year in a row, six-year-old Kennedy Ross set up a lemonade stand in her neighborhood. In years past, she sold the lemonade to help fund her trips to Disneyland. But this time, things were different because her brother, Troy, got sick -- and she was exposed to a different world.
She saw how the Make-a-Wish Foundation helped Troy and wanted to make sure she was giving back. So, Kennedy decided all the money she raised at her lemonade stand was going to Make-A-Wish.
Her original goal was to raise $50. But through some hard work and excellent selling skills, she earned a whopping $232 -- with every penny going to charity.
Her mother is, understandably, very proud of her -- but not surprised, because Kennedy, even at the age of six, has shown more empathy than most kids her age.
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