WICHITA, Kansas - Earlier this week, KSN brought you the story of 8-year-old Hannah Clark, a girl from Udall, that's battling a rare form of cancer.
Everyday for more than a year, she has lived with muscular cancer, which is now in the fourth stage.
After many rounds of chemo, her mother is now planning to take Hannah on a trip of a lifetime, to swim with dolphins.
Due to legal issues, the Make-A-Wish foundation wasn't able to move forward with Hannah's wish, but they are keeping her file open until matters are resolved.
To help raise money for the trip, complete strangers are manning a car wash, to help Hannah get her wish.
"It's just kind of what we wanted to do. We wanted to get involved with the community, help people out. Especially, this little girl, I mean, she's a beautiful little girl full of life, and she's been through a lot, and she deserves this dream vacation so much," said Tyler Flickinger, organized car wash for Hannah.
Tyler says the goal is raise a thousand dollars from the car wash.
If you want to help out, the car wash is going on tonight at 47th Street South until 8 p.m.
Tomorrow, KC Too's Bar and Grill on South Broadway in Haysville will be donating part of their profit to Hannah's fund.
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