6-year-old Nathan Raising $ for Gilda's 1 Harmonica Song at a Time!

October 30, 2014

Six-year-old Nathan Storey is aware of how cancer affects families and lives, and determined that he could personally make a difference for those on a cancer journey through a wish and a song. His offer to those interested in helping him is to play an original tune on his harmonica—for a donation of a dollar per performance. He plays his songs for free for those who have cancer.

He's raised nearly $3,000. All proceeds go to Gilda's Club Louisville and you can donate online at: http://bit.ly/1x5gOTD

Karen Morrison, President/CEO of Gilda’s Club said, “Some might think the determination of a young child to make a difference is cute and sweet, but not measurable or significant, but Nathan's result shows otherwise. She reflected, “This boy’s aspiration to make the world a better place is inspirational to all of us who work at Gilda’s Club.”

His dad, Jim, helped Nathan share his message through a video that was posted on Gilda’s Club Louisville’s Facebook page. Some supporters, inspired by his goal, have contributed more than his asking price.



Free and open to all people living with cancer and those who love them.