Kids Helping Kids is a non-profit organization that
encourages teens to help each other when faced with
life altering illness or injury
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One thing is true: people want to see good in the world. All it takes is for one person to ignite a spark and the world is changed forever.
Mischa Zimmermann lit that spark in creating Kids Helping Kids back in 1997. He did it as a young teen, all the while dealing with a malignant brain tumor. His compassion and strength inspired passion and mobilized others around him --his friends and schoolmates, along with their parents, teachers, and even complete strangers. Together through Kids Helping Kids, they set out to change the whole world for the better---starting locally in their own community. Their dedication and commitment has help grow Kids Helping Kids into a nationally recognized organization that has motivated literally hundreds of kids to help peers facing catastrophic illnesses.
Currently, in its 17th year, the organization is still thriving--with many of the original "kids" still involved even as they set up their "adult" lives. And their youthful spirits still fuel the work of Kids Helping Kids.
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