Children elevate cash for hospital staff who look after COVID-19 sufferers

A family of four from the city of Atlantis, South Florida – who had and won a battle against COVID-19 – are paying it on. The Baudo family were moved by how hard healthcare workers work to comfort COVID-19 patients. They decided to donate money from their homemade lemonade stand to Bethesda Hospital East in Boynton Beach. Sophie Baudo (10) and Anniina Makila (9) are professionals in running lemonade stands with the idea of ​​selling lemonade, “said Baudo. Baudo and Makila are best friends.” When we were little, we decided to be partners in sales to be, “Makila said safely under there, very safe, unbreakable and fireproof,” said Jack Baudo. Idalia Baudo said she and her entire family had COVID-19. “It just hit us, there were no symptoms or anything,” said Idalia Baudo. “It was just – boom – and then we were out.” She is proud that her children give something back. “I couldn’t be more moved that you have the compassion,” said Idalia Baudo. “This is something I always pray for that they have some sensitivity to be in tune with.” Hospital officials appreciate the support they are inspired to be a future fundraiser, “said Barbara James of the Bethesda Hospital Foundation.

A family of four from the city of Atlantis, South Florida – who had and won a fight against COVID-19 – continues to pay.

The Baudo family were so moved by how hard the health care workers work to comfort COVID-19 patients that they decided to donate the money raised from their homemade lemonade stand to Bethesda Hospital East in Boynton Beach.

Sophie Baudo, 10, and Anniina Makila, 9, are professionals in running lemonade stands.

“It started about a year ago when I first came up with the idea of ​​selling lemonade,” said Baudo.

Baudo and Makila are best friends.

“When we were little, we made the decision to become a partner in sales,” said Makila.

Sophie’s brother Jack Baudo, 8, collects the money.

“There’s a safe underneath, very safe, unbreakable and fire-proof,” says Jack Baudo.

Idalia Baudo said she and her entire family had COVID-19.

“It just hit us, there were no symptoms or anything,” said Idalia Baudo. “It was just – boom – and then we were out.”

She takes pride in the fact that her children give something back.

“I couldn’t be more moved that you have the compassion,” said Idalia Baudo. “This is something I always pray for that they have some sensitivity to be in tune with other people.”

The hospital management appreciates the support.

“I thought I’d come out and give them a little love and hopefully one of them will be inspired to do a future fundraiser,” said Barbara James of the Bethesda Hospital Foundation.