Logan Channel (left) and his cousin Lucas.
ORANGE PARK, Fla. -- Thank you to everyone reaching out to help Logan and his family. What a response we're getting.
Five-year-old Logan is fighting stage four neuroblastoma. His lives in Orange Park and his skin is very yellow from liver damage.
Doctors are telling his family Logan will probably pass away before Christmas.
Logan is on morphine. He's in a lot of pain but all of the sudden, he piped up about Santa coming down the chimney.
He doesn't understand how sick he is and so he's asking Santa for drums for Christmas.
Logan's cousin Jason and his company Heart Utilities gave Logan a set of drums. He was thrilled and it turns out, his big dream is to be in a room surrounded by lots of drums.
For most children, you'd say one set of drums is enough. But with Logan so close to the end of his life, our viewers are saying "hey, let him enjoy whatever he wants, the extra drums can be donated later."
One person touched by Logan's story was Louis Stuart, owner of Larry Teague Plumbing. He's buying Logan a brand new set of drums.
On Friday, Cassandra Honour, a student at Flagler, took her drum set over to Logan.
Cassandra had a rare childhood cancer herself eight years ago and she wanted Logan to have her set of drums. She believes Logan deserves every moment of joy he can get.
FCN is planning an early Christmas party for Logan this coming Wednesday. Click here to learn more about how you can help Logan and his family.
First Coast News