When Lulu Cerone was ten-years-old, her life was forever changed when she saw the horrible devastation from Haiti’s 2010 earthquake on the news. Living a comfortable existence in suburban Los Angeles, she felt that she had to do something to help. Her parents had always encouraged her to give back, so she decided to organize a lemonade stand war between the boys and girls at her school.
That initial event was a huge success, raising $4,000 for the earthquake victims, and it was the social highlight of the year. From there, LemonAID Warriors was born. The non-profit organization uses “PhilanthroParties” to raise money for a range of global organizations. To date, more than $100,000 has been raised.. CLICK FOR MORE