Scottsdale girl’s lemonade stand raises nearly $10,000 for ovarian cancer research
Chloe Cundiff made $1,000 on a cup of lemonade once.
Then, she donated it all to a non-profit for ovarian cancer research.
The 9-year-old Scottsdale girl raised almost $10,000 in lemonade stand sales from the first day of summer to Oct. 1.
She was the grand prize winner of the “Take a Lemonade Stand” program, which donated 100 lemonade stands to Arizona kids this summer to teach them entrepreneurial skills and instill a spirit of community giving, according to a press release.
Cundiff has donated 100 percent of her profits to the Scottsdale-based Colleen’s Dream Foundation, which was started by her mom and dad to raise money for ovarian cancer research.