Boy sells lemonade to pay for father's cancer treatment

Boy has raised more than $14,000 so far


GlADWATER, Texas – A six-year-old boy has created a lemonade stand to help his family pay for his father's cancer treatments.

According to KLTV, Drew Cox set up the stand Saturday morning and people have lined up to help. Some people even came from as far as 70 miles away.

Cox's father Randy was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer three months ago.

So far, Drew has raised more than $14,000 to help cover his father's medical bills.

If you would like to donate, the family has set up a website.