7-year-old on the Range collecting donations for the homeless

Updated: September 21, 2020 05:39 PM

You're never too young to start making a difference. 7-year-old Grayson Zebro, from Angora, is asking his community to donate items to the homeless.


He made a little video that his mother posted on Facebook. In it, he says, "Did you guys know homeless people don't live in a house? They don't have anything. Will you guys donate a couple of bucks, food, water, drinks, sleeping bags, candles, tents, anything you can give? We should do better."

Grayson attends Marquette Catholic School. His mother said she's trying to teach him that even kids can make a difference.

You can drop off donations at his grandparents house at: 124 12th Street South in Virginia.

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