Aaron Rodgers Surprises Young Fan, Goes Door-To-Door With Her To Support Cancer Nonprofit

As part of his It's Aaron campaign, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been visiting nonprofits in Wisconsin, highlighting organizations that deserve greater attention.

In the first of his three-episode series, released Saturday, Rodgers dropped in on Annie, the 12-year-old girl behind Gold In September, a nonprofit she created to raise awareness of pediatric cancer after her twin brother, Jack, died in 2012 following a more than six-year battle with neuroblastoma.

Unaware Rodgers would be accompanying her that day, Annie erupts in a squeal of excitement about 1:50 into the video, after she realizes Rodgers is the person who had been powdering her face before an on-camera interview.

The heartwarming moments only increase from there, as Rodgers and Annie go door to door in Hartland, Wisconsin, a city just outside of Milwaukee, to raise awareness of childhood cancer and Annie's campaign.

WATCH the touching video, above.