Kauri Sue Hamilton Students Benefit from Young Woman’s Big Heart this Holiday Season

Picture of Kelsey and Kauri Sue staffShe wanted to do something to help others during the pandemic, rather than feeling sorry for herself because so many things have been cancelled. We’re talking about 29-year-old Kelsey who has Down Syndrome. Kelsey is described as pretty amazing and she is proving it! With some extra time on her hands and a really big heart, Kelsey created her own business called “Special Needs Beads.” Kelsey makes lanyard necklaces designed to help keep track of your mask. A portion of the sale of each necklace is donated to fund something someone else needs. Kelsey decided she wanted to help students at the Kauri Sue Hamilton School so she donated $100 to Emily’s classroom so they could purchase a swing.

Thank you, Kelsey, for your kindness and support of students. Keep up the great work!

The website for Kelsey’s company is https://specialneedsbeads.com