Carter Crabb & Wheaton Kearney raise money for homeless kids

10-year-old boys raise $ for homeless

Two 10-year-old boys from NE Portland decided to spend Christmas Eve helping homeless kids. Carter Crabb and Wheaton Kearney, fifth graders at Alameda Elementary School, donned Santa hats and stood on the corner of NE Fremont & 47th St playing Christmas carols for those walking by. The boys chose to donate their proceeds to the Community Transitional School, a school for homeless children in NE Portland. They raised almost $50 in under two hours!

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Gramps says ... on Sunday, Dec 25 at 6:39 PM

Every little bit helps and for them to spend their time doing this, shows that the Parents know how to raise their kids right!

vswag says ... on Saturday, Dec 24 at 8:01 PM

AWESOME!! What a couple of wonderful young men!

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