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She bought the whole toy store
Do you remember the movie Home Alone 2, when mr Duncan donated a bunch of toys for children's hospital ?
It's probably the most charming part of this film. Although there are many people who donate toys every year, a very rich woman broke all the records of his philanthropy. Karol Schumann few days ago walked the streets of New York and found the toy store that is closing. Many of us have to rush to the store, so we can buy some cheaper toys for children, but she decided to part with larger amounts of their money for the benefit and even a little happiness of children who are not that privileged.. She bought the whole store, wrapped all gifts and sent them to New York City Department of Homeless.
The leader of the special projects of this department, Antonio Rodriguez, remained speechless. Karol donates a lot of money and stuff every year, but this act had to be shared with the public. "One story often inspires others to do something similar, or help as much as you are able. Trust us, no donation is not too small, even if it is one dollar. The dollar will buy a child a candy, which is often the best part of their day, "he said.
The work of this women is an inspiration for those people who often squandered their money without thinking whether he was someone more necessary. A thousand dollar donation can change the life of a child who will receive winter clothes, paid lunches at school, or whatever he needs. Of course, everyone chooses how to spend your money, but what must be emphasized is simple - the donation is never enough, especially not this big like the one that Karol gave.
We wish for her a lot of happiness and joy, and to spend a nice holiday, and we hope that we insipred some of you to be guided by her example so in accordance with yours capabilities, make a child happy!
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