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    Boy, 8, donates $1,000 prize to little girl, 2, with leukemia

    So shines a good deed in a weary world....

    Wyatt Erber is awfully single-minded for an 8-year-old. When he learned about an extensive, summer-long scavenger hunt in his town, he went for it. And when he learned the scavenger hunt winner would pocket a cool $1,000, he immediately knew what he would do with the money.

    “He said, ‘Let’s do this to help Cara!’” said Wyatt’s mom, Noelle Erber, 40, of Edwardsville, Ill. “I remember thinking, ‘Who am I to tell him that he might not win?’”

    It turns out that Wyatt did win — and, without hesitation, made good on his promise. He gave all his winnings to Cara Kielty, a 2-year-old girl who lives on his street and was diagnosed with leukemia in May.

    “I wanted to help her,” Wyatt told TODAY.com.

    What affected them most of all was when they heard the question Wyatt had asked his parents about the money he had won: “How much chemotherapy will this buy Cara?”
    Boy, 8, donates his $1,000 prize to girl with leukemia - Good News - TODAY.com
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    Just when I'm ready to give up on the whole race, Wyatt has to come along. That is a very special young man right there.
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    Excellent idea you had there son.
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