Transcript for 11-year-old girl pledges to make 1,200 masks for the homeless
Now to some happy news, some positive news this morning. One young girl in Georgia who's making a difference, one mask at a time. Janai Norman has more. Reporter: Meet Holli Morgan. She's a little girl from Georgia who thinks big. Ever since she was born she's always had this big heart. Reporter: When the pandemic hit, the 11-year-old with a knack for sewing put her skills to use, sewing masks for local hospital workers. It's easy, and it's take little time to help others. Help the community. Reporter: Over the weekend, Holli grew concern watching a report by our affiliate WSB in Atlanta about new mandatory mask laws in some areas and wondered, what those rules would mean for people who are homeless. Throughout our history, we've seen many young people be use mightily by god to make a difference. I think the difference with Holli that she's making a difference during the season of a pandemic. Reporter: The little seamstress on a mission. She's sewn 580 masks so far. Set a goal to eventually complete 1200. Bringing face coverings and community together. It makes me feel like I did something to help the Earth in a major pandemic. A big thanks to our powerhouse affiliate WSB for help with that story. The pastor will distribute the masks that Holli made to people who need them. What a way for that little girl to step up and help out. I like that, making a big impact. That's great. Still ahead here for the college football season -- is it
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