WATERVLIET, N.Y. (NEWS10) — For the seventh year in a row, a great bunch of kids in Watervliet held their annual charity lemonade stand. On Thursday, the group of friends and cousins baked up sweet treats to raise money for two big causes.

The group is selling lemonade on Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 2323 3rd Avenue in Watervliet. This year, the kids are raising money for Community Hospice and Dress of Success, and they hope to rake in over $200 for those organizations.

Over the years, they have raised over $3,000 in total. In the past, they have donated proceeds to the Children’s Hospital at Albany Med, Ronald McDonald House, Albany Community Action Partnership, the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, Fisher House Project, and Donate Life NY.

The kids involved with the lemonade stand look forward to the project for weeks in advance. “They’re involved in the process from the start to finish. They work for a least a couple weeks on it—like posters, signs,” said Crystal Staccio, mom in charge of the lemonade stand. “We talk about what charities we want to choose.”

Bring your sweet tooth this year! The group is also selling desserts like cookies and muffins, alongside lemonade and loom jewelry.

“It’s amazing to see and it’s amazing to see them through the years how much they’ve grown and how much they still want to give back,” Staccio said.