BOWDOINHAM, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- One 12-year-old Trinity Theberge spent her summer vacation raising money for veterans -- she donated over $3,000 to the Travis Mills Foundation.
"I was like, 'wow I can't believe I got so much'." Theberge said. She started fundraising in April. It started with selling duct-tape pens at craft fairs and flea markets, then branched off into Scentsy orders and garden succulents. She even conducted her own bottle drives. "We had like over $200 there from all the bottles that we got." Theberge said. She set out to raise $500 and ended up raising more than $1,500 on her own. On top of that, Spectrum healthcare partners matched her $1,000.
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