jumpstarting a giving campaign that broke expectations 10-times over, a Botetourt teen and her family are at it again. WDBJ7's Susan Bahorich caught up with Savannah Day and her family, to talk about their latest endeavor. Jean, It's the Christmas in July toy drive to benefit sick kids in the hospital It's something that's near and dear to the Day family since just 7months ago Savannah was one of those kids. Today is Savannah Day's 15th birthday. It's been a long year for the Botetourt teen. Michelle Day, Savannah's Mom: We went to Cincinnati Children's because of hemiplegic migraines which is a very rare type of migraines. But, what they found was a Chiari Malformation which is a brain malformation that needed to be removed. The picture on the left is Savannah last September - you can see the brain growing into the column. Doctors hail the surgery a success and in the picture on the right, you can see a white area where the brain was removed. Months later her hair is growing back and her scar is barely visible. Savannah Day: i haven't had any hemiplegic migraines since before i had surgery, but I've had small ones and I'm on medicine for that. While her recovery is remarkable, it's what she and her sisters did when they learned Savannah would be in the hospital for Christmas -that's so inspirational. The girls started the group, "Cheer Savannah" - toy drive for the 500-other kids who would be there, too. Savannah Day: i thought we were only going to get, maybe 500 and then we got over 5- thousand - i was so surprised by that. The spirit of giving has continued as life returns to "normal" for t family. Michelle Day, Savannah's mom: We've got 300-toys, we need 200-more and we go in about 2-weeks. Even though the date has changed, the ultimate goal is the same: to put to a smile on the face of a sick kid. Michelle Day: Most people forget while everybody else is on vacation- there are still a lot of sick kids there that don't get out of the hosptial for the summer and so they want to surprise everybody there with a Christmas. The family has just learned its youngest member: Chloe, will be following her in big sister's footsteps in more ways than one. Chloe was recently diagnosed with the same migraine disorder and brain malformation that Savannah has - Chloe will visit the neurosurgeon in two-weeks and most likely have to eventually have the same surgery Savannah had. Susan Bahorich, wdbj7.