Queens Child's Fundraiser Raises Awareness Of Rare GI Disorders
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A Queens fourth grader with a rare gastrointestinal problem held a Saturday fundraiser in Woodside to raise money and awareness.
KeVaughn Plunkett, who is allergic to almost all foods and has to use a food pump to survive, held his fourth Annual Art Show event at Saint Mary's Church in Woodside.
Proceeds went to the American Partnership For Eosinophilic Disorders (APFED). For more information, visit apfed.org.