10-year-old Roslyn boy raises $3,000 for breast cancer awareness

A Roslyn boy has reached his goal of raising $3,000 for breast cancer awareness.
Ten-year-old Max Levine lived through his mother's breast cancer battle, which she eventually recovered from.
He was able to reach his financial goal by selling tennis racket dampeners.
"It's crazy - we've had so many more donations from so many people full of gratitude that just keep donating and I'm so grateful for it," Levine says "We've raised so much more money - we've surpassed last year by so much and I'm very proud of the fundraiser."
In 2021, Levine raised $2,000 for breast cancer awareness be selling stickers of his school's logo.
He presented a check to the Breast Cancer Initiative Fund at Northwell Health and will be doing the same this year.