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      2 simple steps to giving a homeless child a better birthday

      2 simple steps to giving a homeless child a better birthday

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      There are currently 2.5 million homeless children living in the United States. When you don’t have a place to call home, it can be tough to get excited about your birthday.

      But thanks to a Birthday Mail campaign from DoSomething.org, sponsored by Johnson & Johnson, you can help kids living in shelters across the country feel celebrated on their special day.

      All you have to do is follow the two simple steps outlined in the infographic below to send a handcrafted card to a child at a shelter near you—a gift from the heart that they’ll likely remember for many birthdays to come.

      Homeless Kids Birthday

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