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11-Year-Old Runner Has Raised Nearly $50,000 for Kids With This Cancer This Year
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Kaitlyn Lee from Alabama is sprinting across finish lines to help kids with cancer. The 11-year-old has been running for a cause since she was just 7. Kaitlyn's goal this year is to raise $50,000 for the Jessie Rees Foundation, an organization that bring happiness in the form of "joy jars" to children battling cancer. When she reaches her goal, she'll shave her head. She needs just $1,500 more.

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