11-year-old girl gets creative for the Gulf

June 29, 2010 | By | Comments (0)

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Image courtesy of the National Wildlife Federation                      Drawing: Olivia Bouler, courtesy of aolartists.com

Recently, the Audobon Society received a letter. It read, "I am a decent drawer, and I was wondering if I could sell some bird paintings and give the profits to your organization." The writer was 11-year-old Olivia Bouler, who has since raised more than $110,000 for the Gulf of Mexico oil spill relief with the support of AOL Artists.

To read more about this inspiring story on CNN.com, click here!

Watching the coverage of the oil spill is so frustrating, it's wonderful to read about someone so young who got productive and really made a difference. What about you? Does Olivia motivate you to get out there and do something in support of the Gulf?

-Perry Del Favero, Editorial Intern

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