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In 2012, six-year-old Hailey Ford started a garden to grow food for the homeless in her neighbourhood — since then both the garden and her impact in the community have grown.
Amazing Young Girl Grows Food And Builds Tiny Homes To Help The Homeless
While Hailey Ford might look like any other little girl at first glance, nobody would guess that this amazing girl has built up to 11 tiny cabins and has been farming actively to help the homeless in Kitsap County, Washington.
Hailey started to help the homeless 4 years ago when she saw someone on the side of the street and asked her mother if there was anything she could do. They bought him lunch and from there Hailey has taken it upon herself to start a garden to donate vegetables and begin building mobile sleeping shelters for the homeless in Kitsap county. This is a GoFundMe fundraising campaign in aid of Hailey’s Harvest.