A friend of mine has a son who, out of the blue, she sends me text through Facebook. She says, “My son wants to support your organization.” And I’m like, “Okay, what do you mean?” She says, “He has a class project and he was looking on your website and he really was inspired and he wants to raise money for your organization.” And then they had a party, and people were donating ten dollars, twenty dollars, five dollars, a hundred dollars and they had a skating rink party and they sent the photos, I was just blown away. I don’t want to spend the money. I just want to use the money to go visit him and his class and go speak to the class… I would like to use it to be a role model, maybe bring a couple of people with me to his class and speak to them. This kid wants to interview me, I’m like, “I want to interview you!
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