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Sweet Charity: A Nonprofit Success Story Making honey becomes a big business for teenage sisters -- and a big benefit for cancer research.

By Gwen Moran

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Buzzworthy: Sisters Carly, left, and Molly Houlahan. Hives for Lives honey sold: 60,000 jars
Number of volunteers: 50
Average age: 15
Amount donated so far: $170,000

When their grandfather died of esophageal cancer in 2003, sisters Molly and Carly Houlahan wanted to do something significant that would both honor his memory and help fund the search for a cancer cure.

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