Teenager Gets A Job At Walmart. But What He’s Been Doing With The School Supplies? AWESOME.

We all can make the world a better place. Many of us don’t feel like we are capable of transforming the world because we don’t have the monetary resources, or simply because we don’t even know where to start. Well, you should start where you can. Even the smallest gesture can mean the world to someone who is struggling. If you really want to do your part, you can probably find someone to help right there in your community.
Kristopher Hudson is an 18-year-old teenage boy who knows all about how rewarding it can be to pass it forward and contribute to making the world a better place. Like many teens out there, the young man got a summer job at Walmart hoping to save some money for college. The pay isn’t huge, but Kristopher has decided to donate some of his paychecks to help others.
The young man supports Walmart’s back-to-school drive, a project meant to make sure families in need get all the school supplies children need in school. You know school supplies aren’t cheap, so for families who can’t afford them, this is a godsend.
Find out more about Kristopher’s selfish act of kindness by watching the video below:

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