Cherry Hill Firefighters Show Support for 4-Year-Old Battling Cancer

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CHERRY HILL, NJ – Firefighters from the Cherry Hill Fire Department stopped by a lemonade stand in the neighborhood to support a 4-year-old boy and his family in their battle against cancer.

According the Cherry Hill Fire Department, firefighters from A-Platoon stopped by a lemonade stand Friday supporting a young resident recently diagnosed with brain cancer.

“4-year old Aaron Kline and his family will be facing many challenges and expenses as he undergoes surgery and chemotherapy at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia,” the department said.

A GoFundMe Page has been set up to help the Kline family here.

Aaron’s Aunt Johanna has so far raised $8,700 in support of her nephew and her sister and brother-in-law while they go through this hard time.

“I am raising funds to help my brother and sister-in-law cover costs related to everything and anything for this upcoming challenging journey they must face,” she said. “My nephew, Aaron, is a strong, brave, funny, smart boy just diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. He will require intensive treatment including high dose chemotherapy this first round, for the next six months in and out of the hospital. His parents will go back and forth to care for him and their three other children at home.”

All funds contributed will go directly to expenses associated with Aaron’s care and increased family expenses related to his hospitalization.

You can help the family out here.

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