Good News Network: Man raises $400K for Georgia Children’s Home

Johnny Jennings of Ringgold, Georgia never forgot the home for abused and abandoned children he first visited as an 18 year-old young man. Since then he has saved pennies and papers, raising $400,000 for the kids.

Johnny Jennings courtesy of Facebook page

Johnny Jennings has been saving every penny and scrap of paper so he can help abused and abandoned children – and since he started his endeavor in 1985, he’s raised over $400,000. The 86-year-old earns money by collecting paper, cardboard, and cans for recycling. Over the course of the last 32 years, Jennings has saved 79,000…

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