Isabelle Werner, daughter of Robin and Mark Werner, is only 12 years old, but she has a heart of compassion for those less fortunate than her. This year, she set up a lemonade stand at her home to raise money for Elizabeth Collins and Lyric Cook-Morrissey, two Evansdale girls who have been missing, and are believed to have been abducted, since July 13. Isabelle raised $796 this year and the proceeds were dropped off at the Evansdale Police Department.
With the help of her parents and her older sister, Ivy, she baked sugar cookies and made lemonade to sell. The support was so great that Isabelle was taking orders for cookies to be delivered at a later date.
Isabelle also had Webkinz stuffed animals that she no longer played with, so she decided it would be best to sell them for a good cause. Her mom made sleeping bags for each of the stuffed animals and Isabelle sold these upcycled stuffed animals with handcrafted sleeping bags for $15 each.
Isabelle Werner poses here at her lemonade stand, which helped raised $796 for a donation to the Evansdale Police Department in the search for two missing girls. Werner routinely spends her summers working to raise money for worthwhile causes, including the Make-A-WIsh Foundation.
Each summer, Isabelle sets up a lemonade stand where she raises money for such organizations as the Make-A-Wish Foundation, which grants wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses, and Give Kids the World, a non-profit resort in Florida for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families. Isabelle's lemonade stands have been known to raise over $1000 in a day.