Local Business Sells Bracelets To Benefit "Super Cooper"Posted: Updated:
A local business is selling bracelets to benefit a Chenango Bridge boy battling cancer.
Four-year-old Cooper Busch, known as "Super Cooper", was born with Down Syndrome, and in November 2016 was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia.
Faith & Wonder Boutique is an online store based in Binghamton owned by Courtney Williams.
The fundraiser is selling Essential Oil Diffuser bracelets that come in a variety of colors and cost $24.99.
At the start of the fundraiser, $5 from each bracelet was going to the Busch family. Since word has spread, the Garage Taco Bar in Binghamton and Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville have matched the donation. Now, $15 from each bracelet sold will be donated to Cooper's fight against cancer.
The fundraiser runs until Saturday, March 10th. The boutique said it will take around 3 weeks for orders to be shipped as each bracelet is handmade.
Bracelets can be purchased here.