By AFRO Staff

KIDBOX, a socially-minded kids style service, chose an elite force of entrepreneurial kids between the ages of 6-15 who have demonstrated leadership and passion for social good for their Kids Board of Directors. The company has provided each member with $10,000 worth of KIDBOX clothing to donate to kids in need as well as extra funding to execute their meaningful community projects.

These young people are just a few of the African-American leaders who are members of are KIDBOX’s Kids Board of Directors and are demonstrating that they are a force to be reckoned with as they execute meaningful and charitable projects in their local communities. These young people have an incredible and sincere goal of making the world a better place. For more information on how to get your kid involved with KIDBOX, visit www.lookgooddogood.kidbox.com/

Michael “Mikey” Wren: This 11-year-old
entrepreneur and author at 8, started “Mikey’s Munchies Vending”, a local vending machine company in St. Louis, MO.

Mari Copeny: The 12-year-old, better known as “Little Miss Flint,” is an activist for the Flint water crisis who appeared in Miley Cyrus’ “Mother’s Daughter” music video. She has also made a name for herself by calling out politicians misusing their power.

Franiya Tiffany Copening: This 9-year-old Mary Esther, Florida native with a passion for helping spread kindness and volunteering at local women’s shelters, has also written two books that encourage people to love themselves and be kind to others.

Jahkil Jackson: This 12-year-old started an organization called “Project I Am” three years ago
to create awareness of homelessness, and inspire
youth to be involved in their communities.