Black Boy Uses His Hobby To Support Homeless Shelters

A 12-year-old Jersey City, N.J., Black boy crochets every day and donates his works to Homeless Shelters.

Jaheir Moore, a 12-year-old Jersey City, N.J., Black boy loves to crochet. He creates amazing items that he then donates those to area homeless shelters and neonatal intensive care units (NICUs).


In such work the middle-schooler sees a way to give back to his community.


Moore says the idea came to him when he noticed  that “there’s a lot of homeless people on the street and they look bitterly cold in this weather.”

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Now the Black boy is preparing for his first fashion show is scheduled to be held on Feb 25 at the Ukrainian Community Center in Jersey City. We wish him all the best of luck. What this boy is doing is an example for all of us. People like him can cure community of all kinds of intolerance.

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