An 8 year old girl named Xóchitl Guadalupe Cruz had invented a solar powered water heater out of recycled materials that will bring warm water to those who don’t have easy access.
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A Girl Scout in Livingston helped give a boost to the Livingston Animal Shelter and Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter.
A teen gives up drinking and weed, runs an ultra-marathon and raises over $80,000 for local food bank
Darius Sam decided to change his life completely. He gave up alcohol and weed and ran a one-man Ironman triathlon. It all seemed impossible considering the fact that he had never swam, raced bicycles or ran long distances before.
9-year-old and friends have raised $100,000 for African American businesses by selling homemade bracelets
Kamryn & Friends: Bracelets for Unity and Justice” was born when one day Kamryn Johnson and five of her friends had the idea to sell some bracelets. Rather than just keep the money for themselves, Kamryn’s mom suggested it would be nice to do something positive for others, and the kids agreed.
For the past year, a 19-year-old from San Jose has been donning the elaborate, hand-made batman costume and visiting his city’s homeless communities and helping them almost everyday.
The VING project is helping to inspire the next generation of humanitarians by giving away $1,000 dollar checks to teenagers so that they can give it away to a friend, loved one, neighbor, or role model.
A Kenyan boy, who is nine-years-old, made a wooden hand-washing machine to help curb the spread of coronavirus. For his great invention he has received a presidential award.
On Saturday CNN and Sesame Street hosted a 60-minute special Coming Together: Standing Up to Racism. A CNN/Sesame Street Town Hall for Kids and Families.
Stefan Perez, who is 16 years old, started marching into downtown Detroit with 15 people. All of a sudden, more and more people joined him until he became an unwitting leader of a large crowd. Above everything else, Stefan vowed to keep everyone in line, and get them back home safely.
17-year-old Rachel Chapman had been babysitting young Curtis Rogers for almost a year prior to the novel coronavirus outbreaks. Between picking up Curtis from school, taking him to piano lessons, and helping him with his homework, Rachel had become a beloved part of the Rogers family.