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Isabella Sains Student Kits: 4th-Grader Helps Those in Need

Isabella Sains, a fourth-grader in Tyler, Texas, won kudos for assembling care kits for students in need. (Video via KYTX)

By    |   Thursday, 25 October 2018 12:35 PM

Isabella Sains is a fourth-grade student at Boner Elementary School in Tyler, Texas, and is already making a difference by making up special care kits for those in need, KYTX reported Wednesday.

The idea came to Isabella Sains when she was walking the school halls and saw a student in need.

"It was really sad to see she didn't have enough. Or that her family didn't have enough," she told KYTX.

Isabella went home that day and enlisted the help of her parents to try and help the student.

"Bella not only saw that but she immediately took action to help others," said Julie Shumake, principal at Bonner Elementary school.

Isabella Sains and her family launched a drive, collecting hygiene products, and the campaign grew from helping one student to helping dozens of others.

"Really all we did was help get her post up on Facebook, and the rest was all her idea," Isabella's father, Jonathan Sains said.

They receive an average of three boxes a week, which are then distributed into the community.

The effects of poverty on children are far reaching and interlinked with education, according to Child Fund International.

In many households, children may stop going to school in order to work, leaving them without the literacy or numeracy skills to further their careers.

The severity of the situation is reflected in the numbers, with an estimated one in seven children born into poverty in the U.S., Children International noted.

There are various projects aimed at helping these children, and small ventures such as Isabella's make a difference on the lives of many.

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Isabella Sains, a fourth-grade student at Boner Elementary School in Tyler, Texas, began making a difference just months after moving to her new school by making up special care kits for those in need, KYTX reported Wednesday.
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