Hudson and Parker Plaskoff, ages 4 and 2 respectively, raised $150 selling lemonade in their neighborhood for a good cause.
The boys sold lemonade for $.10 and cookies for $.25. -- to help those suffering the aftermath of the earthquake in Haiti.
Neighbors, passerbys and postal workers all drained glass after glass of lemonade, while helping the kids fill up their tip jar.
"They sold lemonade and cookies to neighbors, family and friends, we are so proud of them," said Melissa Plaskoff.
Photos sent to NBCDFW also show the boys taste-testing their merchandise, insuring to those purchasing the quality of the product.
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