- A 13-year-old boy is helping to provide cloths for needy classmates in his school
- Chase Neyland-Square, helps run the pantry in his school to help touch lives
- Most of items received are donated
A 13-year-old Louisiana native, Chase Neyland-Square, is touching the lives of the needy by ensuring that they are given with cloths to cover themselves.
The high school student who helps run the pantry at his school, Port Allen Middle School, says it is fulfilling to know that he can make a difference.
Chase Neyland-Square provides cloths for children his age especially for needy kids.
Chase collects and arranges jackets, shoes, hygiene products and other school supplies that are salient to students’ daily life and makes it available to his peers.
Most of the items are donated through local efforts and the juvenile, with support, sorts them out for delivery which is done by the Port Allen Middle School principal.
According to thebl.com, the principal of the school reveals that for now, they’ve have targeted only 215 kids to enable them reach out to all of them.
Chase Neyland-Square, has also in the past, hosted dinners for senior citizens to collect clothing and socks for the homeless.
Meanwhile, with help from Black Stars and Newcastle midfielder, Christian Atsu, the desire of 17-year-old Abdul Hamid Ibrahim, to further his education to the tertiary level would materialise.
Despite chalking 7As in the West African Senior Secondary Certificate (WASSCE), Ibrahim’s parents cannot afford to pay his university admission fee.
His mother, Hajaratu Osman, has invested her savings with one of Ghana’s collapsing banks and cannot afford to foot the bill.
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