In 1987 some first graders were promised a college education—this came from Oral Lee Brown who saved a large portion of her modest income to send 19 kids to college.
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In 1987, some inner city first graders were promised a college education. This came from Oral Lee Brown who saved a large portion of her modest income to send 19 kids to college. Helping Others… Pass It On. This message is a courtesy of The
Foundation for a Better Life at Pass It On.com.
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Melva Story from Phila SEPTEMBER 6, 2013
This story made me cry, because of the passion this lady has to our children as well as our commutiy. I have the same passion I weork with young people and my heart goes out to the many issues and problems these young people deal with daily. My passion is to one day open a shelter for young people who are on the street and know where to go.So it's nice to know that there is people out there that understand the passion and love we have in our heart to help others. Thank You!
Renee from Georgia MAY 2, 2013
New to this website and loving the people and stories already.
Amy Camacho from North Carolina APRIL 11, 2013