Jack’s Blessing Box a way to help the community

Raleigh County
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Jack Arrington is 6-years-old and wants to help his community.

Jack started what he calls a “Blessing Box”, which is filled with items people may need, from food to toiletries. 

“I started cause God wanted me to help hungry kids,” he said.

Jack started the box by saving up money he earned from selling paintings he made and money he got as gifts. 

Jack’s mother, Jackie Campbell, said she is impressed with her son’s motivation. 

“I’m super proud of him. I’m most proud of him because he listened to what was on his heart and actutally did it,” Campbell said. 

If you would like to make a donation, you can drop items off anytime at the Arnett Chapel on Route 3 in Arnett, WV. Jack and his mother want people to know if anyone is in need of food, don’t hesitate to go to the box.

For more information go to Jack’s mission- kids helping kids Facebook page. 

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