We are proud of Wesley student Cheyenne Coston, who is showing us what it means to be a good global citizen and give back to the community.
In an interview with WRBL News Three, 13-year-old Cheyenne shared about the masks she was sewing for the West Central Georgia Cancer Coalition in Columbus. She made 150 breast cancer awareness masks to help those who are battling the disease and donated about 300 masks in total to other non-profits.
She told WRBL she did it to “make sure everyone out there with breast cancer is safe especially during this pandemic.” Cheyenne has this encouragement for other students: “Help your community any way you can. Fight for people who can’t fight for themselves.” You can watch the entire story below.
Thank you for inspiring us, Cheyenne!