Hundreds of people in Fairfield showed their support Monday for the 10 year old boy diagnosed with DIPG.
A balloon release was held for Kyler Bradley at the Performance Automotive Network on Dixie Highway.
Bradley was diagnosed this year with DIPG, the same inoperable cancer Lauren Hill battled last year.
During the past month Performance Toyota and Performance Honda have been donating money for every vehicle sold or serviced.
"Every employee and most customers have been totally behind this, you know we're fighting for him. We know he's fighting hard and we are thinking about him all the time," said Shane Dever, director of operations of Performance Automotive.
The companies revealed they raised $10,000 for the Kyler Strong Campaign.