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Little girl who died just two weeks after being diagnosed with bone cancer inspires kind acts all over the world

Strangers started a Facebook group called Maddy's Mighty Minions to spearhead a pay-it-forward campaign in her memory

Author: Alexandra Klausner, dailymail.co.uk Published: 2015-06-19 18-30-00 Viewed, times: 1208
  
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Maddy Grayson, eight, died of a form of bone cancer called Osteosarcoma on Tuesday

'Mom, I just wanted to be able to make a difference,' said Maddy to her mother Jessica while on her death bed

Strangers started a Facebook group called Maddy's Mighty Minions to spearhead a pay-it-forward campaign in her memory

An eight-year-old girl from Colorado tragically died of cancer on Tuesday without fully achieving her lifelong dream of changing the world for the better.

Thanks to a group of strangers touched by Maddy Grayson's deathbed wish, a pay it forward campaign is inspiring acts of kindness all over the world.

The supporters started a Facebook group called Maddy's Mighty Minions dedicated to doing and documenting kind acts for others in Maddy's honor following her diagnosis.




Maddy Grayson, pictured left at the hospital and right in happier times, died on Tuesday


Horror: Two weeks ago Maddy got a nosebleed that just wouldn't stop. Her parents rushed her to the emergency room where she spent hours getting tests


Tragedy: Doctors told Jessica and her husband that Maddy had a deadly form of bone cancer called Osteosarcoma and that at most she had two months to live. She died two weeks later

'She was so sad,' Maddy's mother Jessica said of her daughter when she learned of her dire diagnosis.

'She talked a lot about the things she was going to miss. And she said to me at one point, "Mom, I just wanted to be able to make a difference."'

Two weeks ago Maddy got a nosebleed that just wouldn't stop.

Her parents rushed her to the emergency room where she spent hours getting tests.

Doctors told Jessica that Maddy had a deadly form of bone cancer called Osteosarcoma and that at most she had two months to live. Maddy died two weeks later but her legacy will live on forever.




Bittersweet memory: Maddy will be remembered by her family as a warm and loving eight-year-old girl. She loved baking cupcakes, singing and thought one day she may become a palaeontologist




Inspiration: So far Maddy's Mighty Minions has over 3,000 members who are dedicated to spreading acts of love and kindness all over the world in her memory


Color me kind: Thousands across the world are remembering Maddy by doing good things for others

Maddy will be remembered by her family as a warm and loving eight-year-old girl. She loved baking cupcakes, singing and thought one day she may become a palaeontologist.

So far Maddy's Mighty Minions has over 3,000 members who are dedicated to spreading acts of love and kindness all over the world.

Group Member Kim Parks-Hardman shared that her daughter is donating her hair to children with hair loss in Maddy's memory.


Paying it forward: Group Member Kim Parks-Hardman wrote that her daughter is donating her hair to children with hair loss in Maddy's memory


Spreading sweetness: Marlene Winfrey Wagnon posted on the page that mother and daughter Audrey and Joss made homemade fudge to hand out to friends


'I paid for the car behind me in the drive thru this morning. Your spirit is in the Houston, TX area, Maddy, as we spread your kindness. My daughter is the same age as you and also fought osteosarcoma. May your family be comforted,' wrote Jennifer E.

Marlene Winfrey Wagnon posted on the page that mother and daughter Audrey and Joss made homemade fudge to hand out to friends.

Others have decided to pay for strangers' meals as a surprise.

'I paid for the car behind me in the drive thru this morning. Your spirit is in the Houston, TX area, Maddy, as we spread your kindness. My daughter is the same age as you and also fought osteosarcoma. May your family be comforted,' wrote Jennifer E.

'Tonight my girls paid for the people behind us! This is all so amazing how one little girl can change the lives of so many. Truly God's work has been done through, ' wrote Mandy Lucero.

Sandy Ehisman wrote that she bought treats, milk, and bones for the animals of the Humane Society.

And support for Maddy's Mighty Minions is continuing to grow.


'Tonight my girls paid for the people behind us! This is all so amazing how one little girl can change the lives of so many. Truly God's work has been done through, ' wrote Mandy Lucero.


Treat: Sandy Whisman delivered food, milk, and bones to the Humane Society in honor of Maddy's loving soul





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