Friends and coworkers of a McDonald's manager in are raising money for her cancer fight.
They put out a jar at the restaurant to collect donations.
Sherri Bullard was diagnosed with cancer last week and has no health insurance. Her friends and family say they appreciate any help.
"Medical bills, medicine, all of this has to be taken care of because she didn't have health insurance. And every penny that comes in is very important to this family," said friend Joyce Bryant.
The jar will stay out at the McDonald's on US 19 indefinitely.
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