A benefit was held Sunday to help cover his medical needs.
"It's very expensive. Very, very expensive. Obviously he needs a lot of care between scar treatment and solutions. We're going through counseling now," said Zhandre's mother, Amanda Davenport.
Along with a spaghetti dinner and raffles, volunteers sold #TeamDre shirts, so people can show their support for the family. Not only is the local community helping out, but Amanda says that people across the country are doing the same.
"There's been days that we would come home and there would be packages on our porch, all the way from Alabama. We've had Alabama, we've had Tennessee, we've had Michigan," enthused Davenport.
Amanda says there's still progress to make as the family moves forward, but she can tell Zhandre is growing stronger with the help from everyone around him.