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Malia’s neighborhood had 300 bags of clothing, a local company had used office furniture, a food company had a pallet of french fries. What do they all have in common? They donated their there surplus to end extreme poverty.
Do you have surplus?
Shawn knows about poverty firsthand. “My father was born in Mexico, my mother was born in Venezuela, and I’ve lived in Mexico for a year, so I’ve seen poverty and how ugly it can be.” Shawn decided he wanted to make a difference, so he joined the Advocate Leader Council and began collecting bags of clothing and household items from his neighborhood. “I didn’t have a garage to put the bags in, so I filled up my room. It was so full that I had to sleep in my closet!” Shawn made difference.
SHAWN MADE A DIFFERENCE
WHAT IS EXTREME POVERTY?
LIVING ON LESS THAN $1.25 PER DAY
LIMITED OR NO ACCESS TO CLEAN WATER
INADEQUATE ACCESS TO EDUCATION, HEALTH CARE, OR ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY
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