Stockton Family’s Lemonade Stand Raises $500 For Hurricane Harvey Relief

We just love these kinds of stories! Kudos to the Davenport family who stepped up to do something good! The devastation from Hurricane Harvey is 1500 miles away from Northern California, but a group of Stockton siblings wanted to help! As a family, they set up a lemonade stand so they could help people in need. They sold lemonade for $1 and chocolate chip cookies for 50 cents, eventually raising more than $500 for the American Red Cross and hurricane relief in Texas. Their mom and dad say there are a lot of generous people in their neighborhood who donated. Their father, Todd Davenport said it was a great lesson for his kids saying, “It’s a great way to teach small children how our small actions in the world at large can help.”

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