Teen with Special Needs Raises Money for Charities through 1600 Acts of Kindness

This selfless teen carried out one random act of kindness every day since the pandemic began.

The 18-year-old Sebbie Hall from Lichfield, Staffordshire who has learning difficulties started a kindness marathon after he decided to gift his iPad to a friend so that they could zoom.

This is when his mother, Ashely, 51, asked Sebbie what skills he could use to help raise money for the less fortunate. This is when Sebbie said he could do it by being kind.

From this moment on, Sebbie who’s diagnosed with a rare chromosome anomaly has done at least a single act of kindness on the daily and they totaled to 1600! These random acts of kindness have put smiles on countless people’s faces throughout the country.

His Acts of Kindness Helped Him Raise Money for Charities

The boy’s acts of kindness are numerous; some of them included walking the neighbor’s pets, watering their plants, posting mail for isolating locals, washing their cars and even one boat, as well as cake baking for nurses.

But, this isn’t everything the lovely Sebbie has done. He’s also handed out PPE and collected unwanted Halloween pumpkins and used them in soup and pies that he donated to people in need.

He also donated coats to the homeless, dished out lottery tickets, gifted 100 roses to 100 women just to see them smile, helped at food banks, and gave his pocket money to strangers.

Sebbie’s acts of kindness didn’t just make people’s days better, but also helped him raise stunning £28,000 in donations which he donated to various charities.

Amazing Teen with Disability Is Doing the Best Charity ever

Sebbie inspired many people and a lot of them pledged money and helped him purchase adapted IT devices for 300 families and also to fund a disability rugby team.

Moreover, thanks to the donations he received, three IT suites were paid for young people to use and find work, as well as for communication kits for children from four different specialist schools.

Sebbie also used the donations to set up a disability arts hub!

The amazing teen who was told he would never walk or talk defied these obstacles and his anxiety when speaking to strangers. He says kindness is his superpower and that he’s not stopping any time soon.

His wish is to continue raising money and make more people happier.




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