Fundraising to help a 10-year-old with a rare pain disorder
ST. LOUIS – The community comes together for a little girl with big dreams. Lyla, 10, suffers from a rare pain disorder, and there is a fundraiser on Sunday to help pay for her treatments.
A TikTok star and a local bakery have stepped up to help.
Lyla, 10, suffers from a rare pain disorder called CRPS. There is no cure, but it can be treated.
Lyla always dreamed of having a pet pig, and TikTok star Charlie Rocket did.
She also loves baking and wants to have her own bakery, and that also happens with a pop-up bakery in Made. by Lia from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday where they will be selling pig biscuits.
In just two days, over 15.5 million people watched Lyla’s story on Rocket’s social media platforms.
Lia Holter is the owner of Made. By Lia, and she’s already won TLC’s Next Great Baker. She got a call from Rocket and knew she wanted to help make Lyla’s dreams come true.
Lyla met Rocket after school at the bakery on Thursday. She, Lia and Rocket decorated cookies that they plan to sell today during “Lyla’s Dream Bakery”.
The goal is to raise $ 100,000 today for Lyla’s treatments, which will help relieve her pain.
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