A group of volunteers, spanning from Camden to Hampden, has organized a lobster roll fundraiser to help pay for medical expenses for a 5-year-old Winslow girl.

Megan Joyce, the daughter of Jason and Elizabeth Joyce of Winslow, was born with Down syndrome. At 4 months old, she had to undergo open heart surgery for septal pulmonary stenosis, for which she will require heart surgeries throughout her life. Jason Joyce is employed at Bank of America in Belfast.

In April, the 5-year-old was diagnosed with Pre B cell lymphoma cancer and has been undergoing chemotherapy.

Volunteers have organized an online lobster roll fundraiser. For $10, people can log onto wehelpmegan.org and order the rolls. The group will deliver them to three Midcoast locations Saturday, Dec. 4. The rolls can be picked up between 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. at the Hannaford parking lot in Camden, Renys parking lot in Belfast, or at the Rite Aid in Hampden.

“Her family is exhausted physically and emotionally trying to keep up with work and her care. We are here to help them. Imagine if this were your child, how hard it would be,” the Web site states.

“We can all pitch in and make a real difference, we can band together and ease their burden, we can join together and bring comfort to a brave little girl who has never had the privilege of just being healthy like so many of us do.”

For questions, e-mail patmccafferty@gmail.com or to order rolls log onto wehelpmegan.org.