Child Battling Cancer Feeds The Homeless: 'It's What Makes Me Feel Good'
January 20, 2014
Ten year old Keegan Keppner has terminal cancer. In 2005, Keegan was diagnosed with a terminal form of Glioma, a cancerous tumor that affects the brain and spine. He also suffers from Hyrdocephalus, a condition in which cerebrospinal fluid fills the brain.
After learning homeless protesters would have to move this coming week, Keegan decided to make breakfast for the people still at the site.
"I just feel bad for the people becoming homeless," Keegan says. "I don't want anyone to become homeless."
"It's what makes me feel good." ~ Keegan Keppner
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