A blood drive was held for Max Hinton who was diagnosed with stage-four neuroblastoma cancer. The 6-year-old just started school and has been fighting cancer for more than a year now.
Coworkers of his dad, Samuel Hinton, didn't think twice about getting involved with the Community Blood Center.
"He is one of those individuals, its not hard for people to support him. He's just a very nice guy. It's been a tough year. Everything looks great going forward," said Scott Bridgemand with Eye-Q Vision Center.
If you would like to donate blood to help Max you still can. Just go to any blood center and request the donation go to Max Hinton.