A six-year-old determined to raise money to help his father pay for his cancer treatments has raised $10,000 in one day. He did it the old fashioned way – with a lemonade stand. Although he may be young, Drew Cox of Gladwater, Texas, understood that his father, Randy Cox, was sick and money was necessary to help make him better. Randy had been diagnosed with seminoma, which appeared as tumors in his chest and other locations. The little entrepreneur started his own lemonade stand to help out with the payments. Randy will undergo his fourth round of chemotherapy in a couple of weeks, and doctors will determine if he needs more treatment in May. An additional $16,000 was raised for Randy’s cancer treatment in the day after his story broke. You can continue to make donations to the GiveForward account established in Cox’s name until June 1st, www.giveforward.com/randycox.