Jarrett's Joy Cart Rolls On At Kentucky Children's Hospital

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 3/26/2013 11:41 pm
A charity started by a child is still going strong, 14 years later.

Jarrett Mynear, a cancer patient, started Jarrett's Joy Cart 14 years ago at Kentucky Children's Hospital.

His goal was to make sure every child got a gift.

Even though Jarrett is now gone, the kids are still getting those toys.

In 14 years an amazing 37,000 kids have received gifts.

Click Here for more information on Jarrett's Joy Cart.
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