Zaire Harris And SHS Students Working To Restore First US African American Orphanage


 

Zaire Harris, Robert Williams, and a few other Springfield High School students have been hard at work both in and out of their respective sports. Harris, Williams and company have spent the past four years working to raise money to restore the country’s first African American orphanage. After raising $2,500 to build a sign acknowledging the historical landmark, they have now entered State Farm’s Neighborhood Assist program to try and earn $25,000 to completely renovate the location.

They can’t do this without your help. Vote for their cause between now and August 24th via https://www.neighborhoodassist.com/entry/2011453. You can vote up to ten times a day, and every vote helps! A few simple clicks can help good kids with a good cause.