Maggie Doyne winner of the Do Something! Award will be speaking at the 7th Annual Youth Assembly. While most high school graduates set off for college, Maggie Doyne set off on a solo journey. She ended up in Nepal, staring into the bright eyes of worn-torn, hungry orphans. Inspired by their smiles, Maggie and 250 local community people started building Kopila Valley Children’s Home. It opened in 2008 and since then has changed the lives of almost 100 children in the community. Maggie has an inspiring story and message about making a difference in the world.
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