Six-year-old Paris Williams is doing her part to change the world amid the pandemic.
After Williams was at school reading books, she came home to tell her mother Alicia Marshall that she wanted to give back to the homeless. She asked what she was able to do to be able to help them. So Alicia and Paris brainstormed ideas tand came up with making care packages.
Since then, Paris and her family have delivered over 500 care packages filled with essential items including food, and drinks. Her helping with the bags spiraled into creating her own nonprofit organization called Paris Cares Foundation where she sells t-shirts and masks to raise money for those in need.
Alicia told Local 21 News, "It makes me really proud because you know, with everything that's going on in the world, to know that this small child who is entering first grade has such a big heart. She wants to give. She wants to help others."