11-Year-Old Starts Pop-Up Internet Café to Raise Money for Red Cross

Superstorm Sandy left much of Hoboken, NJ underwater, but one enterprising 11-year-old found a way to help those around her in need.

Lucy Walkowiak, with the help of her father, established a pop-up Internet café and charging station to help dozens of neighbors get a much needed gadget charge and Internet connection to the outside world.

To plug in, Walkowiak simply asks for a small monetary donation to the Red Cross.

SEE ALSO: 7 Ways to Help Victims of Superstorm Sandy Online

Her father, Steve Walkowiak, told The Philly Post that he gives full credit for the idea to his daughter.

“Lucy does a lot of community service through her school,” he told the blog. “This is on…

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11-Year-Old Starts Pop-Up Internet Café to Raise Money for Red Cross

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