Humanity Exists!! This 13 Year Old Boy Streams Fortnite To Raise Money For Cancer Patient!

A Canadian Kid of 13 year-old is streaming Fortnite 10 hours a day to raise money for his Father's Cancer Treatment, scroll down for more details, this is absolutely heart warming.

Beautiful Gesture

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A young streamer from Canada has been streaming Fortnite game for 10 hours in a day in order to raise funds for his dad’s cancer treatment.

The Response

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The 13-year-old kid successfully managed to raise a fund of $5000 already through his portal, his efforts are truly amazing. His efforts are truly honorable and he deserves a ton of appreciation from everyone!

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13 Year Old Only!!

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This kid is only 13 years old, I mean when I was 13 I barely knew the table of 13!! Isn’t this absolutely amazing? The best part is that people around the world realizing the cause have donated the money to rescue his Father’s life.

Humanity At Its Best

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This kid even tweeted to thank the people who donated money! It was said by the doctors that his Father will not have the chances of surviving if chemotherapy isn’t provided! Isn’t this gesture truly amazing?

WOW!

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After the money was successfully raised, his father even streamed online to thank and update his current conditions. This gesture was also beautifully received online on Twitter. I cannot imagine how proud his father must have been with this gesture of his child!

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Purest Form Of Love!

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This also is the absolute example of how internet helps to bring people closer and also help in making this world a better place to live. The most amazing gesture was received online when he was donated with $5000!!! It’s beautiful that in less than a week this 13-year-old kid was able to reach half-way through his target.

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Donation Funds!

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His target of 13000 has already reached $5000 is already been exceeded to $8000, he has also informed that he plans to invest $5000 for the immediate treatment of his Father and will keep rest of the money for an emergency fund and also improve his streaming on the game.

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