On Sunday, Joshua Belcher doesn't have to walk further than his front yard to escape the heat.
"Lemonade is real good, real good," says Joshua Belcher.
And gallons of it are being served in his driveway.
A summer staple, lemonade stands often line Wichita neighborhoods.
But three years ago, Simone Ward wanted lemonade by "Alex", she couldn't find one.
"I wanted to donate, I looked on their website to find a lemonade stand in our area and there was not one," says Simone Ward.
Alex's Lemonade stand first went up several year's ago. A four-year-old girl with cancer donated money she raised to find a cure for the disease.
"Nobody deserves to have cancer especially children its really rough to have to watch them go through the chemotherapy," says Ward.
So, Simone brought Alex's Lemonade to Wichita.
Now, seven stands are in the city, all run by volunteers and donations.
Support for Alex's Lemonade stand continues to grow, this year she got these containers donated so she can offer three different kinds of lemonade.
"I've had a little bit of it, I try and stay away from up front so I don't take away from the profits," says Ward.
Profits have grown since Simone teamed up with the Kansas Pond Society.
"I raised one-hundred fifty dollars, when I teamed up with kansas pond society we did about twenty-two hundred," says Ward.
The annual pond tour brings hundreds of thirsty patrons who enjoy both the scenery and giving to a cause.
"The more funds that we raise to find a cure for pediatric cancer the better," says Ward.
And more money means more stands that Simone hopes to open.
Simone doesn't charge for the lemonade, it is strictly donations. She'll find out how much money she raised for pediatric cancer this week.