Effort meant to benefit childhood cancer research
MILWAUKEE -- A woman who's daughter died of brain cancer is trying to end childhood cancer, one spoonful of mustard at a time.
Amy Summy with 'No More Kids With Cancer' shared how they are taking part in the world's largest mustard challenge to fund childhood cancer research.
100 percent will go towards funding. The first $6 million will be matched by the organization 'Stand Up 2 Cancer.'
TODAY'S TMJ4 Anchor Julia Fello and Meteorologist Josh Wurster accepted the #MustardChallenge. To learn more about the challenge and where the money goes, click here.
Take part in the 27th Annual National Mustard Day Saturday starting at 1 p.m. at the National Mustard Museum on Hubbard Avenue in Middleton, Wisconsin.