Chelsea Phaire, a 10-year-old from Danbury, Connecticut, has despatched greater than 1,500 kids in homeless shelters and foster care properties artwork kits to provide them one thing uplifting to do once they’re feeling down.
“Since she was seven, she was begging me and her dad to begin a charity,” Candace Phaire, Chelsea’s mother, informed CNN.
“She was so persistent, each couple of months she would ask, ‘Are we beginning Chelsea’s Charity but?’ When she was turning 10, she requested us once more, and we determined it was time to go for it.”
The rising sixth grader launched Chelsea’s Charity on her birthday in August 2019, when she requested occasion visitors to donate artwork provides as a substitute of getting her birthday items.
In simply the primary 5 months, Chelsea and her mother despatched out practically 1,000 kits to kids in homeless shelters, foster care properties, girls’s shelters, and colleges impacted by gun violence.
Earlier than the pandemic, Chelsea was in a position to journey along with her mother throughout the nation to fulfill the youngsters in-person, and…