Elementary students in china have taken on a heartwarming mission.
They are selling "hearts" and helping a kindergartner you may recognize from our previous story on him.
Friday night, Connor Stanton was honored at a Lamar University Baseball Game.
He was throwing out the first pitch but he was shy so his brother got to throw out the pitch.
Connor has a rare condition called KHE, which is characterized by a benign tumor that can cause serious complications.
His schoolmates have now finished a project selling "hearts" that raised $4,000 for Connor's treatments.
They totaled more than $200,000.
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