A little girl noticed that hospitalized kids didn't have stuffed animals. So, she did something about it

A recent article from CNN discusses the heartwarming story of one epilepsy patient’s desire to help other kids, and even adults, in the hospital.

Seven-year-old Alex Walker always brings her stuffed bear with her during hospital stays. However, she noticed that a lot of other people in the hospital don’t have a “friend” with them. Since then, she works with her parents to gather donations to buy comfort items that can be distributed at hospitals.

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A 7-year-old with epilepsy has spent a lot of time in the hospital — and she’s always had her teddy bear to comfort her. But she noticed that other kids didn’t. So, she went on a mission to provide stuffed animals to children in hospitals, foster care and emergency situations.

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