ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – Blues Superfan Laila Anderson’s likeness is being used to raise money for the St. Louis Children’s Hospital.

The Bobblehead Hall of Fame announced Wednesday that the 11-year-old and her family approved a bobblehead to raise money for the charity of her choice.

Read: Superfan Laila Anderson inspires Blues during Stanley Cup run

Anderson has inspired the Blues during the Stanley Cup games while fighting a life-threatening immune disease.

For every bobblehead sold, $5 will be donated to the St. Louis Children’s Hospital.

Laila Bobblehead

Click here for more details or to pre-order your Laila Anderson bobblehead.

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