Mother and sister of boy who passed away from brain cancer deliver 300 Lego sets to sick children in his memory

It’s been almost six months since Sebastian Bradley, a little boy who bravely battled brain cancer, passed away, but his memory stills lives on in the hearts of everyone who knew him.

On Thursday, Sebastian’s mom, Elizabeth Bradley and his sister, Maiah, delivered 300 Lego sets to sick children at Oishei Children’s Hospital. It’s a Lego Club Sebastian started during his battle with cancer because playing with Legos was a good way for him to pass the time in the hospital and make him forget about what he was going through. He wanted to give that gift to other children so he started a special club to collect donations and his mom and sister promised they would continue his mission for him no matter what.

“Maiah was representing Seba giving out the LEGO sets,” said Elizabeth Bradley. “We saw lots of kids smiling when receiving the Legos! I could almost feel Seba smiling down at us. It was very emotional. His dream come true and going strong!”

If you would like to make a donation to Sebastian’s Lego Club, visit www.ochbuffalo.org/foundation/sebastians-lego-clubhouse  and follow Sebastian Lego’s Club on Facebook.

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