(AYUDA FOUNDATION) - A young student from Guam, upon learning about the supertyphoon that hit the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, took it upon herself to do something about it and help out.
Jayden Clark, an elementary student from Bishop Baumgartner Catholic School, asked her father if she could do something for the people who lost everything.
Her father, Don Clark, then took Jayden to a store where Jayden bought a box of pampers, some canned food, garbage bags, cleansing wipes and work towels.
After purchasing the items, Jayden and her father visited the Ayuda Foundation CNMI typhoon relief loading site where they donated the items that Jayden purchased.
When asked what inspired her to donate, Jayden said that she wanted to do what she could to help because that’s what God would want us to do.
God bless you Jayden!
Jayden Clark, an elementary student from Bishop Baumgartner Catholic School (left), poses with Ayuda Foundation board member and former senator Frank Blas Jr. after she and her father dropped off her donations for Ayuda’s CNMI typhoon relief drive. (Contributed photo)