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Blare Gooch

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Nick Day

on 6 March 2013

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Blare Gooch Blare Gooch is 13 years old and in 7th grade. He goes to St.Thomas school in the United States. What he did? Two days after the devastating January 2010 earthquake in Haiti, Blare saw a little boy crying in a pile of rubble on a newscast. The story brought him to tears. The next day, still thinking about what he’d seen, Blare remembered the teddy bear that always comforted him. “Then I thought, ‘We could start a drive for Haiti,’” says Blare. At school, his teachers let him announce his plan over the PA system and ask other kids to donate bears. Soon a local TV and radio station got wind, and, via Facebook, other schools joined in. The result? Blare’s Bears for Haiti gave 25,000 teddy bears to the island nation and about 22,000 more to nonprofits. This year Blare’s group will collect toys and school supplies, too. Blare’s advice to other kids is simple. “It doesn’t really matter how small or old you are,” he says. “If you’re young and think you can’t make a big difference in the world, well, you actually can.” Blare continues his mission and sends a 20X 18 in boxes filled with crayons, paper, jump ropes and balls to orphanages and schools in Haiti. How he continues it? Videos http://www.wzzm13.com/video/default.aspx?bctid=61982259001 http://www.wzzm13.com/news/story.aspx?storyid=119721 Achievements With the help of a Facebook campaign and media attention he has collected over 30,000 bears to send to Haiti. The End Thanks for watching By: Nick Day
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