Kind US Woman Opens Shop Providing Needy Kids Free Food, New Clothes: "Changing Lives"

Kind US Woman Opens Shop Providing Needy Kids Free Food, New Clothes: "Changing Lives"

  • A lady named Jasmine runs a charity shop for the poor but it was not fully stocked as it is right now
  • The philanthropist disclosed she was going to launch a newly furnished and stocked shop that will be serving hundreds of needy children
  • Jasmine disclosed to the world that the shop she just launched is located in Atlanta, US

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We are being reminded that one does not need to be a millionaire to help another who is in need.

The lady noted the shop is located in Atlanta.
The philanthropist confirmed the food and clothes with be given to the children for free. Photo: Culinary Corner.
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Selfless philanthropist

And this was recently put into perspective by a generous US lady who decided to do whatever she can to help the less fortunate children.

Briefly News has learnt the lady, who goes by Jasmine Crowe actually opened a shop that provides food and clothing to needy kids, all for free.

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Jasmine, who is striving to make the world a better place by reducing food waste and ending hunger, set up the shop in a Title One School, where needy children can be fed and given clothes for free.

Initially, her shop did not have many items and also the design was not as par standards but she recently revamped the same even as she tries to put smiles on the faces of countless poor children.

Taking to Twitter on Thursday, September 17, the philanthropist disclosed she was going to launch a newly furnished and stocked shop that will be serving hundreds of needy children.

Jasmine disclosed to the world that the shop she just launched is located in Atlanta, US.

''Tomorrow I’m opening my first grocery store in a Title One school. I doubt I sleep tonight - imagine a parent between checks who can order dinner and breakfast for their family through our app and their child bring it home. I’m changing lives man, no one does it like me. Just wait!" she captioned photos of her fully-stocked ''rescue centre''.

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Jasmine also used the opportunity to thank her partners who helped her see the vision come to reality.

"This is 100% FREE for all students and families thanks to an amazing partner who I’ll announce tomorrow. It will be restocked every week and featured a hygiene and clothing closet too. 67% of the children live in poverty - the principal has told me this is life for his students," Jasmine added.

Netizens laud Jasmine

Her good deed did not go unnoticed as throngs of people on social media took to celebrating her for caring about others.

Briefly News understands Jasmine is big on philanthropy and has actually hosted a number of activations in more than 20 US cities and the UK, South Africa and Haiti

According to Ioes website, Jasmine has collected and donated over 2 million items to different courses across the world and fed over 80,000 people through the Sunday Soul Homeless feeding initiative.

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Amputee receives cash for a new leg, video shows him in tears of gratitude

A man has expressed gratitude to the Givers Supportive Foundation for coming to his aid during and after his surgery. The unidentified man, whose leg got amputated, was gifted some cash to get a prosthetic leg by the foundation.

In an Instagram post, the foundation, with the handle @gsf_foundation, said the man would receive the artificial leg in a few weeks.

The foundation's post read in part:

"Early this morning, the bill needed for him to purchase an artificial plastic leg was delivered to him and in few weeks he will get his artificial plastic leg. Let's keep doing our best in helping the less privileged, the sick people and the extremely poor. It is more blessed to give than to receive. Givers never lack."

Source: Briefly.co.za

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