Amazing kids

Young people across the country are making a big difference in their communities and beyond! ABC's Will Ganss reports.
2:11 | 02/24/21

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Twelve year old Charlotte gold is adult. I have made by prairie style that looks like he had had long brown and braids and glasses and even happiness far. From small scarred a superstar the Arizona seamstress now runs stitches by Charlotte where she and makes surgery companion dolls. For kids that have matching scars and recently Charlotte committed to making masks. The whole family grandmas are involved cutting back break in Charlotte is just a machine just behind the sewing machine for hours today. Up in Chicago fourteen year old Benjamin Kagan is stitching his community together. Thanks to an affinity for the Internet. He started getting all these are private messages saying Benjamin we need help Benjamin I can't believe it myself pageant and help me please. He started Chicago vaccine angels tracking down where and when vaccines are available. And making appointments for people on a waiting list who might lack the resource is or the ability to do it themselves. It's a great feeling to be able to help people like there so I personally helped a 115 people. And in New Jersey group of high school cheerleaders spreading cheer to anyone who needs it amid the ongoing pandemic I fever finally dead was out. Hospital credit history. And all the nurses came out and they were standing there and we rods at the top of our cars that cheering without an iPod comes it is like so happy to see how like. Touch they work are piling ads showing them. After her cheer season was canceled she's Ellie is an project cheer up swapped the football field for front yards and virtual pep rallies. As a young person and why do you feel inspired get could get out and make a difference. In May not seem like it's making that much of an impact on their day but I know like it stuttering like. Teens and they're cool at its use words what they're doing the link on their struggles throughout the day. Chase tells me project cheer up is on a mission to recruit girls and boys at all fifty states. To help but their mission to spread cheer so I was wondering can we count on you guys represented New York Kenneth and Jolene house or to attached O. You now ma I got with me. And I got this baby yeah. RI RI I'll hold down New York for us that I yet that it begs.

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