A small boy with a big heart from Springfield, Massachusetts is making headlines for his generosity.
Last year, ten-year-old Brady Kahle found out his friend and baseball teammate Peter Manzi was sick with leukemia. Then, his young friend Landen Palantino was diagnosed with cancer as well.
To help support them, Brady suggested selling the huge baseball collection that he started building when he was just three years old.
What started off as just an idea has become Cards 4 A Cause, a charity run by Brady that's raised more than $13,000 so far.
Brady has sold sports memorabilia and cards to people all over America, as well as France, Mexico and Canada. Last summer, card company Upper Deck heard about Brady's kind heart and honored him with his own baseball card.
They company also set Brady up with his own booth at a huge sports merchandise convention, helping him spread the word and raise even more money.
While he was there, Brady rubbed elbows with some huge sports stars, including WWE Hall of Fame members Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan, who gave Brady some signed merchandise to sell.
As Brady's charity has gotten more notice this week, people have been pouring into Cards 4 A Cause's Facebook group, offering Brady their own collectibles and donations.
It's nice to know that some kids really care, and want do make a difference for their community. Brady is an inspiration to everyone who hears about his big heart, and we hope that he keeps raising more and more money to help his friends beat cancer for good!