HOLLAND, MI (WHTC) - An Indiana woman has launched an online fundraising campaign to help a Holland family whose teenage son had his mobile hot dog stand shut down by the city. Katherine Olsheske has started a effort on the website Indiegogo.com to help the family of 13-year-old Nathan Duszynski. City officials closed down Nathan's hot dog stand because it violated downtown zoning ordinances. "In a time where plenty are just fine with accepting government handouts, it angers me that our government can't seem to provide adequate aid or guidance to a young boy actually doing something about his situation," Olsheske says on her website. She's hoping for funding to help Nathan get his stand up and running again, as well as encourage people who might have business advice for the boy. Nathan and his mom are currently staying at the Holland Rescue Mission's Family Hope campus.
Click on this site to find out more: http://www.indiegogo.com/hotdogboy?c=home