To help the little boy fulfill his dream, a man organised a lemonade stand event at the Dream factory in Los Angeles to arrange money for the kid.
Dreams do come true if we really put our minds and hearts to it. One boy experienced this when millions of peope noticed his lemonade stand. Charlie is the founder of Dream Machine Foundation which raises money through its social media accounts and it helps people achieve their life goals and dreams. The organization came across a lemonade stand by a 9-year-old boy who was trying to raise money for a special reason. "This little 9-year-old boy is blind and selling lemonade at his house," Charlie said in the video as he stood near Grayson's stand at his home. Charlie even discussed the sign near Grayson's stand.
"Hi, my name is Grayson. I am 9 years old and I was born blind but I do not let that stop me from doing everything you can do," the sign mentioned. "I love music and I love to travel." From his stand, the kid explained that he was earning money so that he can collect enough to "see the world" while he still has some vision left. "Will you help me reach my dream to see the world?" the sign further read. Charlie asked Grayson if he could have some lemonade. "It's perfect for a hot day, isn't it?" Grayson said after giving him the drink. Charlie offered some help as he said he would suggest the stand to more and more people.
Charlie then announced a surprise lemonade stand event. "We're gonna surprise Grayson with his very own lemonade stand event right here at the Dream factory in Los Angeles on Friday. Let's make his dream come true!" Charlie said to his viewers. "We're gonna have a lemonade stand at the Dream Factory on Friday with the whole dream team!" Grayson said happily in a follow-up TikTok video. "Cups are $2 and it's a fundraiser for you to achieve your dream of seeing the world," Charlie added. Charlie also started a fundraising page for people who don't live in LA and cannot make it to the event and help Grayson. This is on Dream Machine's website.
People on the internet also appreciated Grayson's dreams and Charlie's dedication to help him. The video has over 34K likes and several comments on it. @TheInvisibleCamper wrote, "Always stop at a lemonade stand!" @CatheraYbarra commented, "Kudos to his parents for showing him he can do ANYTHING and not holding him back because of fear!" @HunterShrader mentioned, "He’s even got the braille on the sign too, so caring at such a young age." @user1581487210243 expressed, "Please tell me you rounded up some people. This kid needs to be swamped with customers." @la_chica_lina wrote, "My daughter and I want to buy some lemonade! We are in Long Beach!" @saraboerboon commented, "I saw the other videos. It's so amazing and kind to do what you did to publicize this. Thank you for being kind." This video is truly heartwarming and inspiring and it is winning hearts of people for all the right reasons on the internet.