Amidst the hustle and bustle of the world, a young boy is making an effort to make the world a better place for kids in his school.
The 13-year-old teenager, identified as Chase Neyland-Square, has gained the attention of the public for his show of kindness and concern about humanity.
According to a report by CBS News, Chase created a closet filled with free clothes for some of his mates who do not have the means to enjoy the privileges of a fancy wardrobe selection.
The eighth-grader, a student of Port Allen Middle School in Louisiana, calls his closet PAM’s Pantry, and runs it from behind a stage in the school’s gym.
Aside from clothes, his closet provides shoes, hygiene products and school supplies to those that are in need.
Speaking with WAFM, the young boy said: "I know that everybody does not have things and I am fortunate to have things that other people do not have, and I look at it as sometimes, how would I feel in that situation?"
The report further noted Chases’ PAM's pantry reportedly came to life following a student programme that required students to come up with ideas and eventually implement them.
The principal of the school, Jessca Major, was quoted to have said: "We ask them what they want to do to make the school better and through that, we have changed drastically some of the things that we do here at Port Allen Middle School."
During a session with Good Morning America about the project, the kind-hearted teenager said that he had a heart for giving, adding that he feels good about making a difference.
"It makes me feel good because I know I can make a difference in my school," he said.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously gathered the report of a man identified as BI Phakathi, who blessed a family of 11 with groceries and supplies. Phakathi offered to take them to the local Shoprite and buy them some supplies when he realised that they were in serious need of assistance.
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