A few years ago the big craze was The Ice Bucket Challenge which raised $115 million for ALS four years ago. Now the "Lemon Face Challenge" is raising money to fight a type of brain cancer called DIPG.

This is how it works. You get a lemon and eat the wedge. You record yourself making a face to show how sour it is. Then you challenge at least one other person to do it. If you don't want to do it, you're supposed to donate to a group called Aubreigh's Army to help fight DIPG.

This is way easier than dumping a bucket of cold ice water over your head.

DIPG is a type of brain cancer that attacks the brain stem, and affects young children.

An 11-year-old in Alabama named Aubreigh Nicholas was diagnosed last September and started the challenge by daring Alabama football coach Nick Saban to do it.

 

 

Last Friday a bunch of the Dodgers did it. They then challenge the Diamondback to do it. They also posted their own video.

You can find out more on the Aubreigh's Army Facebook page and you can donate by searching for Aubreigh's Army on YouCaring.com.