His mother, Rhonda, is working to make available new license plates honoring her son and other kids with cancer.
She has a sample design. Now she just needs to get enough people interested in buying one.
"When Camden is able to get his driver's license, or any of these other children, hopefully it will be a part of them, and they would have it, and the legacy will live on, just to carry out what a cancer can do to a family," she explained.
Jarvis says the state will produce the plates if 350 people sign up by the end of May. Applications are available at any Virginia DMV office.