“Kids at a middle school in Burien, Washington got quite the surprise Friday — a stack of iPads with software to help them in the classroom. The gift did not come from a big company, a non-profit or a wealthy donor, but a girl in the seventh grade.”

Special software on the iPads will help the non-verbal children in the special education classroom communicate with teachers and their family.

12-year-old Cassidy Huff, who has a case of dwarfism syndrome, led a fundraising campaign to help others because, “There are always people worse off than me.”

(WATCH the video above or READ the story from KING-5  *NOTE: auto-playing audio on the site, so adjust your speakers)

Story tip from Judy Ritchie

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