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Hundreds Support Teen Cancer Survivor Who Used Her 'Make-A-Wish' To Host Food Drive

This Idaho teen, diagnosed with a rare ovarian cancer a few years ago, is a picture of generosity. Emma Allred, a cancer survivor who dreamed of helping the homeless, chose to use her wish from the Make-A-Wish Foundation to hold a food drive. The 13-year-old’s event, which was held earlier this month, attracted hundreds of people. The incredible turnout is a testament to Emma’s giving spirit.
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