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.