A tattoo artist is using some ink to raise money for the fight against cancer. Ink with Attitude Tattoo is donating 75 percent of its profits from April 19-21.
Proceeds will go to the children at Mott Children's Hospital. This is the second annual fundraiser put on by the tattoo shop.
The fundraiser is in memory of "Alyssa Reyes" who passed away in February 2012 after a two-year battle with cancer. The funds will help buying toys, games, and art supplies to hand out to the children at the hospital.
Temporary tattoos are also available for kids.
Additional information about the fundraiser can be found on the Tattooing For Children With Cancer Facebook page.
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