The Youngest Faces in Philanthropy

The Youngest Faces in Philanthropy

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Zach Bonner, who walked to Washington D.C. for the homeless, is just a kid. At 11, he’s one of cadre of child philanthropists who seem to be growing in number and visibility as corporations and colleges reward their efforts to help others.

Children’s faces have long been used to promote fundraising campaigns for March of Dimes, muscular dystrophy and other causes.

But now they aren’t just poster children anymore; some have become high-profile CEOs of their own nonprofit groups.

(Continue reading at the Washington Post)

Photo courtesy of Sun Star

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