In just 3 months, 16-year-old Henry Sowells from Bethesda, Md., learned woodworking through YouTube. Not only that, with the help of his dad, he started selling the pieces he crafted, using the profit to help the homeless. He was moved by the disparity in wealth in the U.S. "I'm shocked that -- in 2020, in the richest country in the world -- around 40 million Americans (including 16 [million] kids) struggle with hunger. I want to do something to help," Henry said. He has already shipped 20 of the 50 orders he has received so far and donated more than $800 to help serve meals to the most vulnerable.

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