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Sept. 2, 2020 -“I didn’t really grow up with my mom as much as I’d hoped,” Preston told KDKA’s Kym Gable. “I lived with my grandma most of my life. The reason why is she struggled with drug addiction throughout my childhood.”

After his mother’s death, Preston started raising money for the Washington County non-profit Harmony Life Center. The center is run entirely by volunteers and helps people with addiction and recovery through various programs and services.

Preston initially donated the money he made with his lemonade stand sales. But this year, coronavirus prevented him from setting up the lemonade stands. So he put a simple pink bucket in his grandmother’s salon so people could make donations to Harmony Life Center.

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