An earlier version of this story contained incorrect information about the age of Kameron May. The actual age of Kameron is 12 and the story has been corrected. We apologize for the error.

WINCHESTER, Ky. (FOX 56) – “Slammin For Kameron Hoop N Rize Classic” was a basketball tournament, hosted by Bo Harris, this past weekend to raise money for ICU expenses for Kameron May, the 12-year-old who accidentally fell through the roof of an abandoned building on April 12.

Now almost two months later, the Winchester community has come together to fundraise through May’s favorite sport, basketball.

Harris said, “I’m a friend of the family so when the accident happen to Kam, I talked to the mom and the grandmother and they were like this is exactly what we want to do.”

So for two days, the students of Clark County hit the hardwood for some hoops in the “Rize-N-Hoop” Basketball Tournament.

The tournament also raised funds through bracelet and t-shirt sales that had the logo, #kameronstrong.

One friend of Kameron’s family, Dora Sims, also pitched in with fundraising with her jewelry business. Sims said she will be donating 50-percent of the profits to May’s family.

“We’ve really pulled together for the family, because the expenses of being in the ICU going back and forth everyday, so this is the way we know to help give back to them.”

Many of the tournament teams that played each other were formed by the players themselves because the students wanted to be a part of helping May’s family.

“We all know Kameron would really want to be here right now with us, so we all have to show him like what he’s made of,” Clara said, a participant in the tournament.

One of the players on the court is May’s twin sister, Kenley May. She balled out for her brother, left it all on the court, and said, “He’s very strong and he’d be happy to watch me play.”

Playing in the game, many friends of May said they couldn’t help but feel his absence and wish he was there for the tournament. Everyone at the tournament kept spreading a message to keep May’s name alive and to keep him in prayer.

“This whole thing is for Kam, so we want to make sure we keep him in prayers and keep him in mind,” Harris said.

Grandmother Sharon Davis said May is being treated in ICU for a broken his neck, multiple skull fractures, brain injuries, and more. May’s mother, Brittany Hilario said to keep praying for her son’s full recovery and hopefully, they will be taking him to Cincinnati, Ohio soon for rehab.

To donate to Kameron May’s family through his grandmother Sharon Davis, Venmo: Sharon-Davis-274

If you’re interested in Dora Sims’ jewelry line, and want your purchase to go towards Kameron May’s family donations, reach her at (