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WTVR’s 🍋 Anthem LemonAid Challenge to Help Fight Childhood Cancer

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RICHMOND, Va. — CBS 6 Anthem LemonAid raised $9,000+ to help children fight cancer at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU. You can still donate to fight childhood cancer.

The Anthem LemonAid stand WTVR CBS 6 hosted raised more than $9,000 to help children fight cancer at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU.

Special guests included former Virginia Gov. Douglas Wilder, Gov. Ralph Northam, DJ Mike Street from 106.5 The Beat, former VCU basketball player Lionel Bacon, soldiers from Fort Lee, Chesterfield Police officers, and Richmond Sheriff Antionette Irving.

The Richmond Flying Squirrels’ mascot Nutzy along with the Richmond Kickers’ mascot Kickeroo also stopped by the stand.

There is still time to host your stand, so you can register online here and start fundraising.

Anthem LemonAid has raised more than $1.6 million to fight pediatric cancer in Central Virginia over the last 21 years.

Thanks to all who SHARED on social media to SPREAD the WORD!

If you could not attend the event, you can make a donation online.

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