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By Ashlyn V. from Endless Mountain in Pennsylvania

file:///C:\Users\ashlynvanflee...For my project, I have come up with the idea of having a donation center, where people can donate their clothes or other useful items that are in nice condition to the school. Where the school can then take the items, clean them and then place them in almost a store-type setting. Students can then come in and take what they need for free without judgment. This idea would help the community by allowing kids that are less fortunate to be able to have nice clothes and supplies that they may need. The people giving the items are also contributing by being kind enough to donate their own belongings in order to help as many people as they can.

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