Sybil Wilkes sits down with a remarkable teen who is helping the homeless one sock at a time.

13-year-old Princess Jackson with the help of her mother launched her non-profit organization Sock Out Poverty at only 9-years-old. Based in Houston, Texas, the organization donates socks to the homeless community. So far, over 8,000 pairs of socks have been donated.

Watch her story above and learn how to help her organization here. 

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3 thoughts on “WATCH: Princess Jackson Wants to Sock Out Poverty

  1. pcbs are here in sarkes tarzian was a factory in Bloomington black people worker their they all have adhd now and are die of pcbs cancer no body does at astory onthat why story on that now 47401

  2. dave baker tell us all about him now we need too march too neal maskest too the samper gate all too trhe football field too get this right now tell the world we are doing this now

  3. astith on said:

    Now, this is what we need to read more of. We quite often read negative stories about Black youth, but there are more Black youth doing positive things, such as this. May her and Mom’s organization continue to thrive.

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