Earlier this week, YNN introduced you to Roman Statt, a two-year-old boy who was diagnosed with Leukemia in August.
Saturday afternoon, family and friends held a benefit in Hilton to help raise funds to help cover medical expenses.
More than 400 people came out to show support for Roman, who is expected to receive a bone marrow transplant from his baby brother's stem cells once he is born next year.
Insurance will not cover the transplant, so the family is relying heavily upon money donated through fundraisers.
"We take the core blood and just bank it if he needs a bone marrow transplant and what that does is it's a little bit less invasive to a donor and its also successful," said Kevin Statt, Roman's father. "A one in four chance that it could be a match for him."
"We couldn't do this without all the people that are behind us and helping us," said Darcy Eichas-Statt, Roman's mother. "They've given us that will to stay happy and keep going."
Roman's mother is expected to give birth in January.