A story that gives me hope
Especially in the 'next generation'. The title of the article is Adam Sandler gets into act to help brother, sister fighting cancer, but what's really amazing to me is this part-
The goal was originally $500.
Then a Sony PlayStation 3 was donated, and the effort to raise money for a brother and sister battling cancer gained publicity.
Inspiration came courtesy of Nathan Burditt, the Memorial senior who camped out 34 hours last month to buy a PlayStation 3, only to give the $600 gaming machine away a few days later to benefit the Hudons - fellow students he'd never met.
Go read the whole thing. What Sandler did was very cool, but I'm even more impressed by this young man!
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