An 11-year-old girl’s battle with cancer and her wish to make sure no other child must fight the disease have inspired a new viral challenge involving mustard.
The Mustard Challenge, started by the No More Kids With Cancer charity, asks participants to eat a spoonful of mustard, share the moment on social media and challenge four friends to take the challenge within 24 hours or make a donation.
Young Cubs fan gets emotional after receiving surprise tickets to Wrigley FieldOne man’s mission to write 5 thank-you notes a day for a year: It’s ‘filled me with a lot of love’The challenge is the brainchild of the family of Naya Summy, who lost her battle with brain cancer in 2014 at age 11. Naya, who lived in the Philadelphia area, was diagnosed with high-risk medulloblastoma in 2013 and died just 22 months later.
“She was supersmart and was going to conquer the world,” her mom, Amy Summy, told ABC News. “She stood out.”