There's a 7-year-old kid in Dallas named Kaden Newton, who recently started a pretty awesome charity.
When he was four, he told his parents he wanted to start a company to feed the poor. So they started helping him donate food to their local food bank, and thought he'd be satisfied.
But once he started doing it, he realized most of the food people give away isn't stuff KIDS would like. So this month, he launched a charity called "Mac & Cheese and Pancakes" that only donates KID-FRIENDLY food.
His parents helped him create an Amazon "wish list" where he can add food, and other people can pay for it. You don't need his password or anything, you can donate straight from Amazon. (Here's the link.)
Before they add anything to the list, Kaden approves it. So it's stuff like spaghetti, peanut butter, Rice Crispies, and Chef Boyardee.
A few local news outlets in Texas picked up the story earlier this month. And people have already donated over SIX TONS of food.
If you want to help out, there's a link to his Amazon wish list on his website, MacAndCheeseAndPancakes.com.
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