Rachel Madison Harris is our youngest philanthropist. We sat down and talked shop with little Rachel and her mom, Jen Sterling.
Photograph by Michael Vonal
Tell us about yourself.
RH: My name is Rachel Madison Harris and I am 7 years old and I just finished first grade. I live with
Since the Kohl’s Cares Scholarship Program began in 2001, Kohl’s has awarded more than 13,000 youth volunteers ages six to 18, with more than $2.6 million in scholarships and prizes.
This year’s winners were selected from more than 37,000 youth nominees nationwide for volunteer efforts reaching far above and beyond
Most company presidents deliberate power plays with company budgets and goals mounted on color presentations in stuffy boardrooms. Rachel Harris, president and founder of LetsHelpKids.org/ would rather talk business from her mom’s kitchen floor while making a yellow, pink and white charm bracelet.
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Rachel Harris, a rising second grader at South Riding’s Little River Elementary, appears to have been bitten by the entrepreneurial bug years ahead of many.
After announcing to her mother, Jen Sterling, after school one day that she wanted to be a “big boss” like both her parents, Sterling inquired
Young girl raises thousands to help needy children register for summer camp in Fairfax County
To kick off the June 8 Fairfax County Park Authority Board meeting, the Fairfax County Park Foundation and Rec-PAC staff presented Rachel Harris, age 7 and founder of Let’s Help Kids, with a certificate of