KMBC: Seventh-Grade Goalkeeper Has Raised Thousands to Help Fight Breast Cancer

A Lee's Summit seventh-grade goalkeeper with Sporting Kansas City's training academy is making waves off the pitch to help in the fight against breast cancer.

Brady Krysiewicz started Keeper for a Cure, his own charity, to raise money to support women with the cancer. 

KMBC was there as the young soccer player presented his proceeds to Saint Luke's Koontz Center for Advanced Breast Cancer for its annual Journey of Courage and Hope Retreat.

Watch the story below.

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