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San Diego teenager’s non-profit group wants assist

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Andrew Cowling wants assist with ‘Wagons of Hope’ when he heads off to school.

SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Calif. — A San Diego teenager’s non-profit group grew up, however so did he. The teenager wants your assist persevering with a practice of giving when he heads off to school. 

On this Zevely Zone, Andrew Cowling confirmed us how he hopes ‘Wagons of Hope’ will proceed making a distinction.

We met Andrew when he was a sophomore in highschool. The large-hearted teenager lately gave us a name asking for assist. Andrew will quickly be leaving San Diego to attend school however the ongoing want to assist the homeless is not going wherever.

Folks in want had been as soon as once more laughing this vacation season, because of Andrew. 

The 17-year-old began handing out present luggage to the homeless just a few years in the past. He’s attempting make the world a sweeter and hotter place for these in want. 

“How are you?” requested Andrew Cowling, whereas handing out lots of of present luggage to the homeless. “Simply to convey some pleasure to the homeless in the course of the vacation season,” stated Andrew.

We began following Andrew’s non-profit in 2019 which he calls ‘Wagons of Hope’. 

“The donuts are simply to brighten up their day a bit,” stated Andrew, in July 2019. “It makes me really feel glad that I could make a distinction particularly with such an enormous disaster.”

Andrew began off volunteering at Father Joe’s Villages and he could not assist however discover how a lot a donut and a bottle of water meant to individuals in want. 

“Oh, that is incredible. That is such a pleasant factor to do for the group and we’re so grateful,” stated Kimberly, who was simply one in every of dozens of individuals lining up for dozens of donuts in 2019. “It is made my day so significantly better ha, ha, ha,” stated Kimberly.  

Andrew is a highschool senior now. His non-profit grew up and so did he. 

“I will school subsequent yr and likelihood is I will not be in San Diego; possibly not even in California,” stated Andrew. 

He’s hoping San Diegans will proceed the presents of giving whereas he is away.

From the summer season months to the winter, Andrew has saved on giving with care luggage he packages up himself. 

“Dental kits, socks, muffins, goodies, underwear,” stated Andrew. 

For the previous two years, in the course of the vacation season he has partnered with TACO, the Third Avenue Charitable Group.

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“I simply wish to assist as a result of numerous these individuals do not get numerous assist, so I simply wish to fill that void if I can,” stated Andrew. 

By main by instance and along with his coronary heart, Andrew needs to encourage all of us to supply new hope in a brand new yr. 

“It is undoubtedly in the event you see somebody serving to it is undoubtedly encouraging for different individuals to try this too,” stated Andrew.

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Andrew is hoping to attend Harvard, Stanford, or UCLA within the fall.  

If you would like donate objects or your time to assist ‘Wagons of Hope’ proceed its custom of giving, please click on right here.

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