April's Gifts for Good Recipient: Cavanaugh Bell

April 2, 2021
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8 year old Cavanaugh Bell started Love is Greater than COVID-19 Community Pantry where he was able to help over 10,000 elderly community members by giving out food and critical COVID supplies! Cavanaugh was even featured in President Joe Biden's Inauguration Celebration and Vice President Kamala Harris tweeted, “Cavanaugh Bell proves that no one is ever too young to be a leader.” 

How will you use this money for your future? I would like to use the money in the future to create a 6-book children's book series called Operation Magic that families can use to learn how to become family activists to inspire the next generation of kid leaders.

What are your biggest hopes and dreams? My biggest hope is to end bullying worldwide by November 20, 2030 (my 18th birthday). Longer term, I would like to inspire 10,000 people to volunteer every month and I would like to redefine how adults view kids in terms of what they can achieve – at any age.

How does spreading positivity make you feel? It makes me feel beautiful and powerful inside because you never know what other people are going through. I know that I may not have a lot of money but I have a lot of love to give and today, more than ever, the world needs more love – and I can give that for sure!

Learn more about Cavanaugh’s fight to end bullying here!