After learning about separated migrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border, one 6-year-old boy from Atlanta wanted his family to help. His suggestion? Setting up a lemonade stand for a fundraiser -- which quickly raised more than $13,000. His mother, Shannon Cofrin Gaggero, originally set a goal of raising $1,000, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and the family spent a week preparing for the physical stand outside their home. Gaggero also set up a "virtual" shop -- a fundraiser on Facebook for friends and family who couldn't visit in person.