They may be small in stature, but they are big of heart.
Eight children enrolled in a California, USA, computer coding program heard of Two Worlds Cancer Collaboration from their instructor, a friend of a Two Worlds Cancer volunteer in Vancouver, Canada.
The elementary school children learned that even a small amount of money can go a long way to help support the palliative care needs for children living withcancer in India.
Archana Sudamalla, an electronics engineer and bio-informatician from the University of California who runs the Orange Elephant coding programs, inspired the children to collect loose change in pennies, nickels, and dimes to donate to Two Worlds Cancer for the children in care at the MNJ Institute in Hyderabad, India.
The US $52 they raised may seem a small amount, but it’s small gestures like this from the heart that can help make a difference in the two worlds of cancer.