A North Texas mom and her kids are inspiring others to get involved in the Haitian relief effort.
Melissa Plaskoff's children, Hudson and Parker, have been holding lemonade stands to raise money for the American Red Cross. Their generosity has inspired others to do the same thing, including Mason Dropkin who raised $500 at the Jewish Community Center selling candy during a basketball game.
To further spread the word, Melissa started a Web site, Lemons to Aid, challenging other kids to get involved and host their own fundraiser.
"I was taught at an early age to give, and I wanted to pass that on to my kids, and I thought this was such a great opportunity," said Plaskoff.