The #AJO campaign that started last month in Erie, continues to grow.
Wednesday evening, hundreds of supporters made their way to Iroquois Elementary School, for a celebration, honoring the life of Alyssa O'Neill, who passed away following an epileptic seizure.
Her passing, inspired a campaign dedicated to random acts of kindness.
All of the proceeds raised Wednesday, will help benefit people like 18-month-old Trey, who has epilepsy.
"He was diagnosed at age two, so what we're doing here is raising money and awareness so that we can find a cure for him," said Sarah O'Neill, Alyssa's mom.
This event was originally scheduled to be outside, but because of the rainy weather, it was moved inside.