Texas police officer suits up as superhero in fight against childhood cancer

Earlier this year, a terminally ill little boy in Texas wanted to meet 'Iron Man'. Less than 24-hours later, 7-year old Cole St. Clair got his wish.

It was not Robert Downey Junior wearing the Iron Man suit…but a real-life hero - Fort Worth Police Officer Damon Cole, the man behind 'Heroes And Cops Against Childhood Cancer'.

Damon travels all over the country - often on his own dime, to spend time with sick kids. But he needs your help. Damon Cole wrote this mission statement to bring these kids "a bit of joy":

Officer Damon Cole is on a mission to help children who are fighting cancer.

If you want to know more about Damon's mission go to his website, his Facebook page and of course his GoFundMe page if you want to help him continue making these trips.

Heroes and Cops Against Childhood Cancer official website.

Heroes Against Childhood Cancer GoFundMe page.

'Like' Heroes and Cops on Facebook.

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