PHOENIX - A 15-year-old from Boston is hoping to help pay off a chunk of his grandparents home.
"I was heartbroken that I might not be able to come here or I might not be able to bring my family here," said Bryson Williams.
Bryson was visiting his grandparents in Arizona and was not happy to see the for sale sign hanging in their front lawn, reports FOX10.
His grandparents had to list their Litchfield Park home because of recent financial troubles. They've had they home since 2003 and totally rebuilt in in 2005 after a fire.
So the teen decided to do something about it and started a GoFundMe. He hopes to help them pay off a chunk of their mortgage so their monthly payments will do down.
"It means everything - when I think vacation, I think of their house," he said.
If he doesn't raise the $250,000 necessary, he will give all the money to his grandparents to help with their moving expenses.
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