Jessica and Jerry Seinfeld‘s sons were raising money for Baby Buggy with a lemonade stand when cops arrived to shut it down.

Seinfeld Kids’ Lemonade Stand Shut Down

“Lemonade dreams crushed by local neighbor but not before raising lots of money for @loverecycled,” Jessica Seinfeld captioned an Instagram snap of the scene. “Thanks to all of our customers and big tippers! thanks Xander and Jaden for crushing it today with Julian and Jerry.”


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It wasn’t long before the Seinfeld’s story started to make news. 

“Our outlaw lemonade stand made the newspaper,” Jessica Seinfeld captioned a picture of the local paper. “The East Hampton Press did a nice job quoting follower @pamb2001 ‘s comment about how ‘People always talk about how kids today need to get back to the basics, and when the do, they change their mind’”

The story about the lemonade stand then reached the New York Post, which wrote about it for PageSix. “Thanks to my @nypost for always going to bat for NYC’s born and bred @loverecycled,” Jessica Seinfeld captioned a screengrab of the outlet’s story. “#babybuggy #15years16MillionItemsdonated.”

Jessica Seinfeld founded Baby Buggy, a nonprofit that delivers goods to families in need, in 2001.

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