ELMWOOD PARK, N.J. -- The Let Them Be Little X2 Foundation of Elmwood Park donated a custom-made stroller to a Lyndhurst girl with special needs.
The $4,000 stroller was given to Gianna Cruz — who has 22q 11.2 Deletion Syndrome, CBS2 reported.
The syndrome is caused by a missing part of one of the body's 46 chromosomes affects every organ in her body, CBS2 said.
“When I saw Gianna cramped in that stroller — so uncomfortable for that little girl — I had to do something,” Jeff Leider, the founding operator of Let Them Be Little X2, told CBS2.
Leider launched the organization in 2010 after his two sons, — Jason and Justin — were diagnosed with Hunter Syndrome.
Gia, 12, has already endured 26 surgeries and undergoes daily procedures, CBS2 reported.
The pink stroller — that Gia calls her "princess chair" — was donated in early December and makes daily outings possible, CBS2 said.CLICK HERE for more.
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