3-year-old's lemonade stand raises hundreds for police K-9

PHOTO: Lainie Stephens raised $754 by selling snacks and lemonade during her familys three-day-long garage sale to help the Germantown Police Department.PlayMolly Stephens
WATCH 3-year-old's lemonade stand raises money for police K-9

A 3-year-old girl from Wisconsin has donated hundreds of dollars from her lemonade stand so her local police department could afford a new K-9 dog.

Lainie Stephens raised $754 by selling snacks and lemonade during her family's three-day garage sale to help the Germantown Police Department.

Lainie's good deed captured the attention of media outlets, and she's since received hundreds more via crowdfunding.

PHOTO: Lainie Stephens raised $754 by selling snacks and lemonade during her familys three-day-long garage sale to help the Germantown Police Department. Molly Stephens
Lainie Stephens raised $754 by selling snacks and lemonade during her family's three-day-long garage sale to help the Germantown Police Department.

"She's super outgoing and excited to greet people," mom Molly Stephens told "Good Morning America." "She was very proud of the fact she had all those customers."

PHOTO: Lainie Stephens raised $754 by selling snacks and lemonade during her familys three-day-long garage sale to help the Germantown Police Department. Molly Stephens
Lainie Stephens raised $754 by selling snacks and lemonade during her family's three-day-long garage sale to help the Germantown Police Department.

Stephens said she helped her daughter set up the lemonade stand as a learning experience to interact with neighbors and practice counting money.

When Stephens thought to make it a charitable moment, she decided Lainie should give the funds to the Germantown police, since the department was hoping to get another K-9.

PHOTO: Lainie Stephens gave money she raised to Germantown Police Chief Peter Hoell. Molly Stephens
Lainie Stephens gave money she raised to Germantown Police Chief Peter Hoell.

"We have a history of law enforcement in the family, and we support the local police department," Stephens said. "I was expecting [Lainie would raise] $30 to $40."

PHOTO: Lainie Stephens raised $754 by selling snacks and lemonade during her familys three-day-long garage sale to help the Germantown Police Department. Molly Stephens
Lainie Stephens raised $754 by selling snacks and lemonade during her family's three-day-long garage sale to help the Germantown Police Department.

Last week, Lainie gave the money raised to Germantown Police Chief Peter Hoell.

"It doesn’t get any cuter than that, warms the heart," the department wrote on Facebook Sept. 12.

PHOTO: Lainie Stephens raised $754 by selling snacks and lemonade during her familys three-day-long garage sale to help the Germantown Police Department. Molly Stephens
Lainie Stephens raised $754 by selling snacks and lemonade during her family's three-day-long garage sale to help the Germantown Police Department.

Lainie has racked up an additional $325 on GoFundMe and hopes to hit her $500 goal.