Keane's mom and dad have set up the "Keane Patrick OBrien Foundation" and helping Keane battle against his rare and debilitating condition is now as simple as hitting a few keyboard keys.
According to Sean O'Brien, anyone who wants to help can "download the Good Search - Keane Patrick OBrien Foundation toolbar at http://www.goodsearch.com/toolbar/keane-patrick-obrien-foundation."
Every time someone searches the web with Good Search's Yahoo-powered search engine, about a penny will go to the foundation.
"This will take a few minutes and will help the foundation continuously, at no cost or inconvenience to people at all," said Sean, who is also considering setting up a post office box for people who are unable or not inclined to use the Internet.
"Also, every time you shop online at 1,000 participating stores including Amazon, eBay, Target, Apple, Staples, Expedia, and others a percentage of your purchase will be donated for free. The site also has thousands of money-saving coupons," Sean said.
Keane Patrick's medical battle has been detailed by the Echo in two recent reports, including a front page report last week.
The 19-month-old New Jersey toddler suffers from Leukodystrophy, which is explained in detail on Keane's website, www.Keane.health.officelive.com. The website also provides contact details for the O'Brien family.
"We are having quite the battle trying to keep up with all the medical bills for his treatments and non-stop testing, Sean O'Brien told the Echo.
Right now, the main effort is in getting Keane to properly eat and to walk. He eats formula through a feeding tube.
"We have had people from all walks of life contacting us and offering their support," said Sean.