9-year-old heros raised $100,000 to support black-owned businesses and neighborhoods
Kamryn Johnson might be just 9 years old, but the little hero, along with five of her friends, has been making bracelets tirelessly since the past few weeks and donating the money to support black-owned businesses and neighborhoods.
It all started one day when Kamryn Johnson and five of her friends were bored. So, in order to have a little bit of fun, they had the bright idea to sell some bracelets. Rather than just keep the money for themselves, Kamryn’s mom suggested it would be nice to do something positive for others—and the kids agreed. “Kamryn & Friends: Bracelets for Unity and Justice” was born.
The kiddos hoped to make a small impact with their enterprise, but since May 30, these altruistic children have managed to raise almost $100,000.