(Source: Kash’s Kreations/Facebook)

Ten-Year-Old Entrepreneur Donates $2,000 To Local Animal Charities

by | September 4, 2019

A ten year old entrepreneur from Belleville, Canada has donated $2000 to local animal charities in the last two years.

Kashton Weinber started Kash’s Kreations when he was just eight years old — a small business selling items such as robots, keychains, and decorative fish made from materials such as repurposed driftwood and rope.

Kash says that 50 percent of the profit from each sale he makes gets donated to local charities. His charities of choice are the Quinte Humane Society and Fixed Fur Life.

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The ten year old has donated $2000 to help animals (Source: Halfpoint / . Shutterstock.com)

Weinber is deeply invested in protecting both wild and domesticated animals, and works to raise awareness about species at risk such as the western black rhino and the pangolin. 

Speaking with Global News, he made the motive for his work clear and simple.

“When I grow up, I don’t want to have to explain to my kids that all these animals in pictures and books are extinct now,” he said.

You can check out the Kash’s Kreations Facebook page here.

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