Students Sell Halloween Candy to Raise Money for a Wounded Soldier

Random Acts of Kindness are not so random with these Middle School students from Worcester Prep. They and their friends from the Random Acts of Kindness Club sold their Halloween candy to raise money for a wounded soldier who is a father of seven. Their selfless act inspired fellow classmates to collect loose change and empty piggy banks to contribute over $600 to this and other worthy charities. In addition, they have adopted 10 wounded U.S. soldiers and three cancer patients, sending them cards, letters, and homemade gifts on a weekly basis. Pictured are club members Alexa Conaway, Jessica Banning, Claire Brown, sponsor Yvonne Kline, Saqib Khan, sponsor Jan Calloway and Mark Gee. Submitted Photos

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