Fifth Grader Raises Money for The Salvation Army’s Hurricane Relief Efforts in Puerto Rico

Each of us, doing our part, can make a big difference.

Take Kaymon Sledge, a fifth grader at Honey Creek Elementary School in Conyers, Georgia. He was so moved by the TV images of the devastation in Puerto Rico that he started a school fundraiser for victims of Hurricane Maria. Kaymon and his classmates raised $500—every cent of which will go toward The Salvation Army’s hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico.

Thank you, Kaymon and Honey Creek Elementary, for doing the most good to help our brothers and sisters in need.




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