Boy Passes Sequins To His Grandmother

12 year old, Noah Lamaide, from Stevens Point, Wisconsin felt it wasn’t right that his Grandmother, who has fostered hundreds of children over the years, was about to loose her home to foreclosure.  Janice owed $10,500 and had one month to pay the bank.

Noah had started a website a while back, Noah’s Dream Catcher Network, to raise money for Katrina victims.  He decided, due to the circumstances within his own family, to ask for donations in an effort to save his Grandmother’s home.  One by one the checks started coming in and he was able to collect all of the $10,500 needed!  Noah commented with a smile that his hand got tired while signing all of the checks over to the bank.


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Founder, Sequin of Kindness.
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