Homelessness Isn’t A Game, But One Thirteen-Year-Old Makes Sure It Can Still Be Fun

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Helping the homeless does not always have to be a somber exercise. It can be fun and games too. Thirteen-year-old Caleb White has been doing just that by organizing a “game night” for homeless kids and their mothers since he was 6 years old. Game night is all about games and pizza and soda and sharing with kids who do not get to have a lot of fun.

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