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Not many six-year-olds save $2000, let alone crowdfund and donate the money to help the homeless.
Rebekah, now 7, pictured, had her conscience sparked after hearing about homelessness on the car radio last year.
“I wanted to help people who don’t have shelter,” she said.
The Berwick year two student’s donation has purchased about 20 purpose-built swags to distribute at Casey North Community Information and Support Service in Narre Warren.
Her next fundraising effort will involve selling bath bombs.

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