Children of firefighter who pitched his invention on ‘Shark Tank’ donate to FDNY charity

The children of a firefighter who died from a 9/11 related cancer are donating money they raised to an FDNY charity.

And they say they’ll be giving even more money in the future from a business they started thanks to the ABC show ‘Shark Tank’.

The product was the dream invention of their father.

Kaley, Keira and Christian Young made good on a promise and at the same time honored their father Keith Young.

Keith, a New York City firefighter, was just 53-years-old when he died last year.

Keith loved to cook and one day dreamed of appearing on the hit show ‘Shark Tank’. He had invented a one of a kind cutting board. But he passed before he got his chance.

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