MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A lemonade stand in one Twin Cities suburb brought in hundreds of dollars.

And the boy who runs it plans to give all the money away.

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Six-year-old Parker Borden earned more than $600 during his two-day lemonade stand in Blaine. He set up his booth and thermos of lemonade at his parent’s garage sale.

The drink was a hit, but it was the message that went along with it that made the booth such a success.

“It’s been busy, very busy. I don’t think we sat down one time yesterday,” Cassie Borden, Parker’s mom, said.

There is one bargain at the Borden’s garage sale that customers cannot refuse.

“My favorite part is getting the lemonade for the people,” Parker said.

When Cassie and her husband, Jamie, told Parker about the upcoming garage sale, he wanted in on the family business.

“I was thinking about it and I came up with the idea for my lemonade stand,” Parker said.

(credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)

But while some children make plans to spend the few extra dollars, Parker knew his booth was not for profit.

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“I’m raising money for Feed My Starving Children because I want kids to have more food to live longer,” Parker said.

After volunteering for Feed My Starving Children with his family, Parker wanted to do more.

“To see that kind of compassion come out of such a little body, it truly is awe inspiring,” Jamie said.

The lemonade is free but Parker accepted donations, and his passion to help others was hard to ignore.

“What an amazing young man he is. What a great thing he’s doing for kids all over the world and feeding kids, I can’t think of one thing better for a young person to do,” neighbor Dirk Anderson said.

His sales pitch was so compelling, if fact, he hit his $160 goal quicker than expected. That amount will feed two children for a year.

Parker then set a new goal of $1,000.

“I feel like, I feel I’m very excited,” Parker said.

The 6-year-old believes the lemonade is behind his success, unaware the one filling the cup is the real inspiration.

“More the reason for the traffic that we had yesterday and today is for his heart and what he’s doing,” Jamie said.

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Parker’s parents promised to match the money he raised. In all, he will donate more than $600 to the Feed My Starving Children organization, which feeds hungry children in countries around the world.