Little Leader

Little Leader

Emmy was excited to fill the rice bowl that her parents brought home when they explained that her change could feed others. With enthusiasm she took on feeding orphans around the world, filling the bowl with money from her own piggy bank. Just a few weeks later, Emmy came home from church where she had heard about Project Kenya – a program where kids could give money to provide food and sustainable living items for Kenyan families in need. Children in need? She knew that she could help. Emmy went back to her piggy bank, returning with the remainder of her saved money – money she had been saving for months to buy a special doll. “Kids need food more than I need a doll,” she explained to her parents. Seven-year-old Emmy didn’t stop there. She took her rice bowl to school for show-and-tell. With her teacher’s permission, Rice Bowls is their new class project! This little leader’s example is contagious. With her friends and classmates following, she is leading children around her to give and feeding orphaned children around the world. Emmy, lead on!

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Marta grew up in her beloved Ethiopia. Her childhood memories include riding a mule and having parents who wanted for her the best - an education. At fifteen she was married, and graduated at the top of her class at eight months pregnant. As a young lady she made a lasting impression on the King and his wife. read more ›

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