Staff and customers at The Fox and Hounds are working out what to do as a final fund raiser in their year-long Wishes for Louis appeal.
The Thurston pub has already raised £17,050 in memory of Louis Butcher, the younger brother of staff member Lauren Godfrey.
Louis was only six when he died of a rare cancer.
The Fox and Hounds’ last fund raiser was a darts tournament at the end of April which raised £615, but they want to get one more event in before the appeal ends on June 16.
Pub manager Amelia Whetstone said: “We’re not sure what we’re going to do yet, we’re thinking about it.”
The appeal has already given £12,500 to East Anglian Children Hospices to complete a giant play equipment project at its Milton hospice, which cared for Louis in his final days.
It has also bought a memorial bench for Thurston Primary school, which Louis attended and where his twin sister Megan is still a pupil.
Amelia said the remaining funds will be donated to the Sick Children’s Trust at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge.
Other fund raisers they have held have included a children’s fun day at the Thurston Social Club and a music night in the pub’s carpark which raised £10,000.