A young boy who was told he had only two weeks to live, spent his final days inspiring others to feed the homeless.
Eleven-year-old Brenden Foster was diagnosed with leukemia last December.
He saw some homeless people as he was coming home from one of his doctor's appointments and his mother says he had to do something about it.
Foster inspired many in his hometown of Seattle and around the country to have food drives.
"I had a great time and until my time comes I'm going to keep having a great time," Foster said. "Tis the season to give."
Thousands have been fed in Foster's name. He passed away last week.
His mother recalled that one day Foster said, "When I get to heaven, I'm going to ask God why it had to be so soon, because I had so much more I wanted to do."