Kids make sweet gift to help children

It doesn’t get much cuter than this.

Budding entrepreneurs Noah and Sarah Wilcoxson found a sweet way to give back to the patients at Arkansas Children’s Hospital.

Noah, age 10 and Sarah, age 6, are dedicated to their lemonade business. They open their front yard stand nearly every weekend, offering a chilly treat to their neighbors.

Recently, they added a twist on the traditional pocket change project. The two kids donated a day’s profits to Arkansas Children’s Hospital.

Included with their gift? These precious notes. We can’t say it any better than Sarah, age 6:

“The money we raised can go to the doctors to help more kids. Because I heard that more than 200 kids stay there each night.”

Noah and Sarah aren’t the only children selling lemonade for kids. Kylie, age 9 and Brayden, age 7, will be hosting a weekend lemonade stand in their neighborhood this summer. This fundraising duo, pictured here in their red lemonade stand, has already raised more than $150 for the children at Arkansas Children’s Hospital!

Lemonade Notes

Thanks, Noah, Sarah, Kylie and Brayden. We love your gifts and your creativity. Thanks for thinking of the kids here at the hospital.

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