Making a Difference in Southern California
8-year old Khloe from Irvine, CA proves there is no problem so big that a little caring can't help. As the city of Los Angeles declared a State of Emergency on homelessness, Khloe decided to act out. She would see the same women on the streets on her walk to school every morning and decide to speak with them on how they got to where they are. Through interacting with them, Khloe found that most of these women needed the same basic things.
Khloe and her grandmother enjoy sewing together and decided to start sewing bags for these women and provide everyday necessities in them. Now when she sees these women on her way to school, she hands each of them one of her homemade bags.
The hosts on The Real featured Khloe on their daily panel show and gave her a Janome Purple Thunder machine along with a variety of sewing accessories as a gift for her kind heart and to help her make more bags for homeless men and women. Khloe was also provided with over 1,000 Dove products to help stuff her bags.
Janome is proud of Khloe for her dedication and hard work to making a difference in the world.
Click here to watch Khloe on The Real and learn more about how her organization "Khloe Kares" is helping the homeless.