A few weeks ago, Cashy was back in Salt Lake City for scans and found out he's cancer-free. He's back home in Missoula, back with his family and back to teasing his big brother Colty. In a couple of months, he'll spend his third birthday like every kid should - with the fight of his life behind him.

Throughout their ordeal, Cashy's family got tremendous support from their community. Now, they're paying it forward. The Cash Hyde Foundation raises money and provides things like "reggae runners" to children's hospitals. Reggae runners are toddler cars outfitted with IV poles, so kids undergoing treatment can get out of their rooms and have a little fun. For more on how to help the foundation about Cashy's journey, click here.