Radiothon Kid Aiden Johnson Treats Cancer Survivors To A Movie

Fifteen survivors and their families were treated to a private showing of the new “Lego Movie 2: The Second Part” on Saturday at Xscape Theaters.

Two-time cancer survivor and Radiothon superstar Aiden Johnson and his family put it together through his Aiden’s Lego Legacy charity with help from Texas Roadhouse. They wanted to give back to the families, patients and staff at Norton Children’s Hospital. Aiden’s mom, Gena says, “We understand the blessings of being able to come to a theater and watch a movie and actually forget that you have cancer.”

In the last six years, Aiden’s Legacy has raised more than $300,000 and collects LEGO sets to give kids getting treatment, because that’s how he passed the time.





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