Stamford kids hold lemonade stand to raise money for animal shelter

A group of kids in Stamford spent their first day of summer vacation selling lemonade to raise money for the city's animal shelter. The young social entrepreneurs set up a stand on Ledge Lane and charged

News 12 Staff

Jun 17, 2016, 11:28 PM

Updated 2,952 days ago

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A group of kids in Stamford spent their first day of summer vacation selling lemonade to raise money for the city's animal shelter.
The young social entrepreneurs set up a stand on Ledge Lane and charged $1 per cup. They also sold candy.
They say they plan on giving a portion of the day's grand total to the Stamford Animal Control Center so stray animals can be taken of care of while waiting for their forever homes.


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