Nonprofit group gives young man surprise of a lifetime: a trip to Disney World

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DENVER -- A young Broncos fan got the surprise of a lifetime Thursday night.

Nine-year-old Tyler Rolston suffers from cerebral palsy. Thanks to the nonprofit Baking Memories 4 Kids, Tyler and his family are taking a trip to Disney World.

Tyler's reaction when he learned he's going to Disney World for a week with his family was an incredible moment.

The founder of the organization, Frank Squeo, created it after he survived a battle with cancer. He decided his group would help make a difference in the lives of children who are sick.

He recently heard about Tyler and knew he was the next child his organization would surprise.

With the help of staffing company ICS and the Broncos cheerleaders, Squeo organized the kind of welcome for Tyler at Sports Authority Field at Mile High that only the Broncos players get.

And then he told him the great news.

Baking Memories 4 Kids actually sells home-baked cookies to raise money to send families on these trips.