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Posted on Aug 16, 2016 |

Photo: Lemonade for Victory

Photo: Lemonade for Victory

Siblings Will, Charlie and Megan, who hold an annual charity lemonade stand with their friends Lily and Alex, raised $200 last week for Vivian’s Victory.

Siblings Will, Charlie and Megan, who hold an annual charity lemonade stand with their friends Lily and Alex, raised $200 last week for Vivian’s Victory.

Children from two area families hold a yearly lemonade stand for a charity, and this year chose Vivian’s Victory – a Cincinnati-based charity helping families who have received poor prenatal diagnoses. “Most kids plan this kind of event in hopes of earning a few extra bucks to cross items off an ever-growing wwish list,’” says Maria Dunlap, who established the organization in honor of her daughter, Vivian, who was born with a fatal medical condition. “These kids–their wish is to raise money to give to people who are need. This year, they heard about Vivian’s Victory and immediately knew that they wanted to make a difference for the families we serve. Today they opened up shop and earned over $200 to donate to Vivian’s Victory!”

Photo courtesy Maria Dunlap.

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