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The Young World Changers, Part 3 of a Multi-part Series

2021-07-31
Idioma:English
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An 11-year-old schoolgirl, Tamsyn Grillett from New South Wales spent her school holiday making care packages for those impacted by the bushfires in Australia. So far thirty-two toiletry packs have been sent to the NSW (New South Wales) RFS (Rural Fire Service) Commission.

Allysha Nicole Nolasco, a 10-year-old Calgarian girl, was one of the three Calgary recipients of the Diana Award, a humanitarian award given to young people annually in memory of the Princess of Wales, Princess Diana. The young humanitarian used her art making skills and singing abilities to raise money for many organizations, such as Ronald McDonald House, the Canadian Cancer Society, a shoebox campaign for Samaritan's Purse, etc.

Tunisha grew up watching her father support the NGO Seva Kitchen, which recently donated clothes and food to flood victims. An idea came to her which she shared with her father, about collecting stationary, books, or book bags for children. Within two months and with the help of her father, Tunisha had donated 1000 bags to the NGO Goonj, 1800 bags to low-income government schools in Nagpur and the suburbs, and 2000 bags to farm children in Melghat.

Hita Gupta was a volunteer at retirement homes in Pennsylvania, USA, until the COVID-19 pandemic set in. The volunteers were let go to ensure the safety of at-risk residents. She and her brother Divit made care packages including a hand-written note and pre-recorded video messages to retirement homes in Pennsylvania through their non-profit organization Brighten A Day.

Fourteen kittens were left behind on a running track near Moonee Ponds, Lucinda, a young girl from Australia, who lived nearby happened to come across them and promptly rescued them. With some of the money she received from her birthday, Lucinda paid AUD$50 (US$37) for a taxi to take the kittens to the local animal rescue at Lort Smith, where they received treatments and were nursed back to health.

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