- A 15-year-old boy, Adom Appiah, has helped raise funds for the homeless and less fortunate
- Information available shows that he has raised about $70,000 (just over R1 million) so far with the help of his parents, Kofi and Marjorie Appiah
- The funds are raised primarily through activities such as organised book drives for kids and backpack giveaways
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15-year-old Adom Appiah, has raised about $70,000 (just over R1million)to help support people in need.
Together with his parents, Kofi and Marjorie, they organized book drives for kids and backpack giveaways.
They also served meals to those who were hungry and gave out Christmas presents to children whose parents are in prison.
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The information available suggests that for three years now, Adom has raised over R1 million for non-profit groups in his neighbourhood.
According to a report by adomonline.com, he achieves this by organizing annual charity basketball games involving local community leaders, as well as college and professional athletes.
Proceeds from his ventures are used to support people with autism and children who are homeless.
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