A fundraiser for kids who are battling cancer is now an annual shop at the Sacred Heart School Festival.

The setup is operated by a young girl who has a desire to help others by selling lemonade.

Annabelle Balducci, a 4th grader at Sacred Heart, created "Annabelle's Lemonade Stand" 2 years ago.

She says sales from the lemonade stand will go to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

She says she raised $3,600 over 2 years, and she's looking to raise $3,000 at this year's festival.

Annabelle says, "For every $70 I raise for St. Jude's, they can buy a little red wagon for the kids who can't fit in the wheelchairs.

The Sacred Heart School Festival is Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the school in Warner Robins.

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