Meet the Teen Helping Over 2,000 People

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Sebbie Hall, 18, has raised over $50,000 by carrying out 2,000 random acts of kindness since the start of the pandemic to help disabled children from feeling isolated.

The initial challenge started with “10 sponsored acts of kindness every single day for 10 days to raise £1,000 (about $1,300) for charities,” the Good News Network reported.

He also has paid for 300 families to get adapted IT devices and funded a disability rugby team.

Doctors said he would never walk or talk. However, he has achieved kindness. The greatest achievement of all.

“It’s not about words, it’s about kindness,” he said.

“Sebbie keeps showing it’s worth keeping on striving: never give up. Everybody has potential and sometimes we can even smash that,” his mom Ashley said.

Hall was invited to the The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s carol concert at Westminster Abbey, in recognition of his amazing work, which included giving coats to the homeless, making soup for the hungry, giving out flowers, teddy bears, doing chores for neighbors, and giving lottery tickets to strangers.

The Sebbie Hall Kindness Foundation is being launched so this young man can continue his good work.

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—By CNJ Staff

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