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7-Year-Old Makes Care Packages for Navy Sailors

Abigail Pearson is just seven years old but her giving spirit is well beyond her age. The care packages she makes, with the help of her mother, are brightening the hearts of US Navy Sailors in Virginia.

Abigail Pearson
Credit: Monique Pearson via WTKR

Good things come in small packages

Abigail has already made 80 packages for donation to the service members of the USNS Laramie, according to Zak Dahlheimer of WTKR News. The care packages include useful items like shampoo, deodorant, soap, and most importantly, Girl Scout Cookies!

As a Girl Scout, Abigail has been inspired to make the world a better place. In fact, before this endeavor, she has helped organize a shoe drive and collected items for wildlife and care facilities.

“One of our Girl Scout laws says, ‘Make the world a better place,’ and that’s what we’re doing,”

Abigail Pearson via WTKR

Abigail is proving that anyone can make a difference, regardless of your age. The world could use more of 7-year-old Abigail’s compassion and willingness to help others. Hopefully, stories like this will inspire us all to care just a little more.

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