Landon's Light Foundation donates gifts to children at local hospitals

The foundation is celebrating Landon's birthday by donating presents to children in need.

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WEST FARGO — Dozens of presents are being wrapped and delivered to local children this week in honor of a Landon Solberg who lost his battle with cancer.

This week they are giving presents to children who are facing their own medical issues. Landon would have turned 15 on June 29th, 2022. He lost his battle with brain cancer 3 years ago.

The Solberg's started the foundation with the mission to pay-it-forward. They want to give other families the same support they received when Landon was battling cancer.

About 120 presents will go to children and their families at Essentia, Sanford, The Ronald McDonald House & The Roger Maris Cancer Center.

You can support Landon's Light online HERE .


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FARGO — It's been six months since 12 year-old Landon Solberg was laid to rest after a long and courageous battle with an aggressive form of brain cancer.

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