BOISE -- A young cancer survivor is giving back to the organization that helped make his wish come true.
Kyle Bratton presented a check to Make-A-Wish Wednesday night at Notus High School for $20,000.
He reached his goal with a last minute donation of $500.
The rest of the money was earned from the record-breaking sale of a bull at the Gem State Classic in Twin Falls.
Kyle has been cancer-free for nearly two years, and says Make-A-Wish helped him deal with his diagnosis.
Instead of thinking about my current problems at the time, it allowed me to get my mind off of what was happening at the moment, and I could think about things that would normally be impossible, said Kyle.
Kyle marketed and sold the bull as part of a senior project, on how to take a product to market using different forms of marketing.