Every so often, I am contacted by people whether it be a charity or other cause, which wants to highlight something in particular people participating in charitable events or ones that are paying it forward.
And this one is no exception. The thing that makes it particularly stand out is that Katie, who started up this movement of hers is only 13 years old.
And to have other people’s considerations at such an early age. I find highly commendable, that is why I didn’t hesitate one bit in wanting to put together a post about this remarkable young lady, who is willing to help other people who are less fortunate than herself.
It started off, when Katie was just nine years old when she was involved with a project at school and brought home. Her first cabbage. It grew to 40 pounds in weight.
She knew something was quite unique about this particular cabbage. Being as it was so big and decided to donate it to a local soup kitchen as a result of this. They were able to feed 275 people from it, which is quite amazing from one cabbage.
This experience alone moved Katie so much that she decided to grow more vegetables in able to help more people. She now has several gardens which provide fresh produce for people in need, and has donated thousands of pounds of fresh vegetables to needy causes.
Katie’s mission is to start vegetable gardens and the food which is grown in them is given to, which ever needy cause needs them. If you would like to look at her doing what she does best. You can see her at this address http://www.everydayhealth.com/tv.
And if you would like to help her, you can visit her website and make a donation. Here is the site address for Katie’s site http://www.katieskrops.com being as this is for such a good cause. I will be making a donation myself and my grateful thanks for Everyday Health for bringing this to my attention.