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A little boy set up a lemonade stand to raise money for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Five-year-old Jett wore a Houston Texans cap and Superman cape as he jumped around his "lemonade and sweet tea stand." 

Jett said he was "sad because there was a hurricane," and he wanted to help.


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His family is originally from Houston, which received the brunt of Harvey's floods, and his grandparents still live there.

Jett's mom, who is in the Coast Guard, said she could not be more proud. All the money from the stand will go to the Red Cross.

Margaret Brown told Sandra Smith that her son helped raised more than $400 at the stand in the Philadelphia area.

She said it was an amazing outpouring support by Philadelphians and across the country to help the storm victims.

Watch the interview above.


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