Meet 4 Smithson Valley High School students who are doing good with their passions
SAN ANTONIO – From cancer and mental health awareness to recycling shoes, four students with Smithson Valley High School have started their own service campaigns for causes that are important to them. The non-profit funds leading-edge research for every type of blood cancer, including leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma, and other rare types of blood cancers. One and five children will be impacted by mental health, and it’s something Collin and Ryann have recognized. The center is the only non-profit mental health treatment center South Texas for children ages 3 to 17 that need evaluations, therapy and crisis treatment surrounding mental health. “You don’t open your closet and say oh well, I have all these shoes,” Abigail Redin said.