Remington and five other volunteers were awarded the Hasbro Community Action Hero Award on May 8th at a special recognition event in New York City. This award recognizes outstanding young volunteers who show that you are never too young to make a difference in your local or global community. Hasbro Children’s Fund and generationOn celebrate young people between the ages of 5 and 18 for their extraordinary community service and volunteer activities.
He received the Hasbro Community Action Hero Award for the latest Change 4 Georgia initiative – a new and used book drive that collects books and then donates them to libraries, Title I-funded schools and military veterans and their families.
“As we celebrate the fifth anniversary of this award, we are thrilled to recognize these young change-makers who are creating real and lasting improvements to our world,” said Brian Goldner, president and chief executive officer of Hasbro.
To date, Change 4 Georgia has collected more than 2,500 books and raised $92,000 in cash and in-kind donations from over 100 businesses supporting their efforts.
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