Piling on kindness; Fundraiser helps girl help others

 

February 23, 2020

Stacy Sanborn

Woods County 4-H students (from left) Austin Rankin, Kayla Leeper, Kate Leeper and Cristen Bosch get to work serving the long line of customers at the second annual fundraising meal for Kayla's Kindness Project.

What started out as a young lady's 4-H service project has quickly turned into a fundraising phenomenon. Kayla Leeper, 11, the founder of Kayla's Kindness Project, just wrapped up her second annual fundraiser meal Friday night, raising thousands of dollars and closing it out as a big success exactly like last year's. The taco pile-on was held at the Cherokee Strip Museum annex building and provided by the Woods County 4-H club. Proceeds from the event will go toward products used to assemble care packages for hospital patients – the whole premise of Leeper's project.

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