Matt’s Leading the Movement!

By now you’ve probably heard about the incredible movement that is challenging the people of the US to make a difference in the lives of students in Kenya. This movement is called ThinkBigStuf and it’s spreading like wildfire in the hearts of thousands of students that have attended BigStuf Camp this year. As a result, many of those students are returning home and stepping up to lead this movement to keep it going and going.

Here is one of those students. Meet Matt. Matt has heard the call and has stepped up to meet the needs of people he’s never even met…students in Kenya that deserve a quality education. With this video, he is challenging all of his friends and family to do the same. Thank you for leading this movement Matt! The hope is in your hands!

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