An anonymous stranger gave a wonderful gift to two siblings were are being treated at Roswell Park Cancer Institute.

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BUFFALO, NY -- Sue and Jack Frost have two sick children being treated at Roswell Park Cancer Institute. Both Sydney and Jack have had bone marrow transplants and are recovering. They've been in and out of the hospital for months now. Recently, a woman went to the front desk at Roswell and said she wished to give a gift to a child who has had a bone marrow transplant. Somehow, Sydney was chosen as to child to receive the gift -- which was a teddy bear and an envelope containing $500! Sydney was very excited, as you can imagine. She asked the woman, known only as, Michelle, if she had to share the money with her brother. Well, the kind stranger left the hospital only to come back a short time later with another gift for Jack. Another $500.

The family was so amazed and happy about the gifts, they wanted to share the story in hopes of inspiring others to pay if forward, just as they plan to do. Sue and Jack say the gift meant a great deal for their family. They hope that if you do plan to pay it forward, you might consider giving to Carly's Club. Carly's Club offers incredible support and help to sick children and their families. You can find more information at www.carlysclub.org