Daniel Martinez is on a mission to bring awareness to brain cancer. His daughter Alyssa lost her fight this past December. And ever since, he has been doing anything he can to get the word out about his little girl and brain cancer. "We're all ignorant to cancer, until it hits us and I can honestly tell you that was my case." He describes Alyssa as a person full of love, energy and spirit. "At the time, there were no symptoms. There was really nothing that came about, it was a shock to us." This all started when Alyssa began getting a pain in her left eye. Shortly later, she noticed that her pupils were dancing and not lining up correctly. Her father took her straight to a specialist where they got the news that would forever change all of their lives. Alyssa had an inoperable brain tumor. "Once they told us, I was looking at my daughter. I was looking at my wife, I was looking at the doctor. I was trying to talk and the words are not coming out. It's the worst feeling ever." Martinez says he was able to stay positive through his daughter's final days because of her. "Because of the way that she was strong. The way that she never complained." Something Alyssa did notice was the lack of brain cancer awareness. "She saw all these colors, all the fashionable colors out there for cancer and she told me one time, why are all the other cancers more important than brain cancer." The color for brain cancer awareness is grey, which Martinez says he wears all the time. "I made her the promise that i was going to knock on doors. I was going to see that the grey ribbon goes out there." And that's exactly what he is doing. Martinez is raising money for the people who are still fighting brain cancer and knows he isn't doing it alone that he has an angel on his side, his daughter, Alyssa. "If we can save one person out there, then we've done our job."