A local cancer survivor is showing that generosity comes from people of all ages.
Just two years ago, little Delaney Clements was diagnosed with stage-four bone cancer.
Despite the difficult diagnosis, she fought her way through the treatments, receiving help along the way from a community that rallied around her.
Now, she's the one trying to help others through the 'Delaney Donates Campaign'.
The campaign will be raising money on Saturday for Ellie Phipps Oliver.
Oliver is a woman who defeated cancer once, but faces it again.
And, as if the struggle to beat cancer isn't daunting enough, this time her battle is matched with trying to overcome devastating injuries she suffered after being hit by a drunk driver.
"It's been a long road to recovery for her and she still has about another year. And so I want people to understand that she really needs our help. So we want people to show up and show their support and the more you guys keep doing that, the more we can start helping other people," said Jessica Jackson, with the Delaney Donates Campaign.
To show their support for Ellie, on Saturday they'll be holding 'Elliepalooza' from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. at the Red Room located off of 1st and Main Street in Grand Junction.
There will be live bands, raffles, food and drinks.
If you can't make it, you can still donate at Wells Fargo, just mention Delaney or Ellie.
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