When I was in an elementary school, I set up a lemonade stand in front of my house with my sister and sold a hundred cups of lemonade to neighbors.
My sister and I raised money for new toys and snacks. We spent all of our money for ourselves but here is the story of a brother and a sister who spent their lemonade money for their sister.
Kiefer and Willow Martin, who lives Fargo, North Dakota, started the lemonade stand but their purpose of the lemonade stand not to buy some snacks or toys.
Their goal was purely for their family.
Kiefer and Willow were saving their lemonade earnings for the adoption of their baby sister.
The selfless act of two kids for the very special goal just moved neighbors’ heart.
Emily Martin, their mother, said that they aimed to raise $10,000 for the adoption fees, which are estimated to be between $20,000 and $30,000.
Emily, an elementary school teacher, has fostered kids in the past and her children have always been so sad to send the foster children back to home.
However, as the sign of lemonade stand says in the video below, the family is now sure that adopting a baby girl will make their family complete.
They have raised $5,000 so far and they will never stop until the goal meets. If you are a neighbor with this kids, please visit them for a cup of lemonade and if you are far away, you can visit Go Fund Me page to help them adopt their baby sister.
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