'Cupcake King Quentin' smashes fundraising record for Telethon

Every year, 9-year-old Quentin Fitzgerald sells cupcakes to raise funds for Telethon especially to bring awareness to sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).

The fight against SIDS is a cause close-to-the-heart for Quentin, who lost his baby step-sister to the syndrome. He also loves raising money for sick children as his sister was in and out of hospital as a kid.

This year, Quentin, commonly called 'Cupcake King Quentin', broke his donation record raising an amazing $10,000 for the cause.

Quentin's mum Natasha takes orders for cupcakes and sweet treats over Facebook at King Quentin Fundraising for Telethon.