Feel Good Friday: Buying masks & delivering food, teens step up in pandemic

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, communities across the country have discovered a powerful resource that has stepped forward to make a difference: America’s teenagers. They have delivered groceries to older adults, offered online tutoring, emailed sick children, helped feed the hungry. And then there are those like 15-year-old Valerie Xu, who raised money to buy masks to donate to a Dallas hospital and homeless shelter. “People have a good heart and are willing to help, and are willing to contribute to our society,” Xu said.

Learn more about the work of Valerie and countless other teens around the country and world at APNews.com.