Pay it Forward

Author: Catherine Ryan Hyde

It all started with school project: Think of an idea for world change and put it into action.Whilst this proved a little ambitious for most of his classmates, twelve-year-old Trevor thought he would start by doing something good for three people. But instead of paying him back, he would ask them to ‘pay it forward’ by doing a favour for three more people. If it all went to….Read More

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