Cumberland County boy “kicking” cancer

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A Cumberland County boy who is battling cancer, got a lot of help on Sunday to help kick  the disease for good.
The "Kick Cancer's Butt – Sean Bartolucci Kickball Tournament" was held at Eisenhower Elementary School in Camp Hill, to help support 12-year old Sean Bartolucci.
Back in March, he was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma, a rare form of cancer that was found in his stomach. He has already gone through surgery and chemotherapy; next is a stem cell transplant.
The costs are high especially because his father is disabled and mother is unemployed.
The fundraising kickball tournament was organized by community members who don't even know the family.
Sean's mom Michele says, "It snowballed into this fabulous event and we're raising a ton of money which, our focus is Sean, that's why we're doing this because we're here for Sean can focus on him."
The goal of the tournament was to raise $5,000 to help cover Sean's medical bills.
If you would like to help, visit any Metro Bank branch and donate to the Sean Bartolucci Foundation.