Young Mass. student creates group to raise funds for autism school

02/14/2010 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

It has been more than two years since Massachusetts student Zach Levine launched Kids Helping Kids to help recruit participants and increase fundraising for a 5K run that benefits the New England Center for Children, a private school for students with autism. The 13-year-old's efforts have helped raise about $11,000 for the school's new aquatic center. "I like to help people who may need some help. To help someone else is the best feeling in the world," Levine said.

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