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A boy with a dream

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I want to say thank you to a 12-year-old boy with a dream of helping others less fortunate.

Together with his family and the help of volunteers, they make lunches and bring winter clothing to Winnipeg homeless shelters.

This boy has reminded me of the importance of giving and helping those in need. Because of him, my children and I now give up something each month, such as ordering pizza, and use that money to bring them items they need to make the lunches.

I love that we are able to help out and though it may not seem like much, it adds up.

I encourage all of your readers to help this boy’s dream continue to flourish and like his Facebook page: Lunches With Love.

They do not want financial donations because they encourage people to get out and do something. Donate a food item towards the lunches they make, join them and lend a helping hand on lunch-making day, help a neighbour out, hold a door open for someone, volunteer at a soup kitchen. Just get out there and help someone in need.

This boy rocks and he is the future. Thank you for making it brighter.

— Natasha Keith

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