We're looking for kids that aren't waiting for an adult to tell them what to do next.
10News' Kids Doing Good Things look around their school or community, see a need and take action.
We want to celebrate those kids in our new series, Kids Doing Good Things. If someone you know is doing something remarkable to help their school or community, send us their story -- they could be featured in an upcoming episode of Kids Doing Good Things!
First grader, Jose Sabedra, stands up for his cousin who was being bullied.
Congratulations to the graduates from Camp Pendleton's Young Marines program!
The Clay brothers have come up with a way to help feed the hungry in Pacific Beach.
Nikki Arm, a student at San Dieguito Academy, is pushing young girls to learn more about science, math and technology.
Local teen Zoe Peritz has raised thousands of dollars to help strangers fight cancer as a tribute to her beloved grandmother.
Isaiah Granet of Carlsbad put together SD Chill, which helps kids with developmental disabilities play hockey.
The 7th grade class at Montgomery Middle School in El Cajon is drawing from science, math and engineering to design the city park of their dreams.
Nine-year-old Kylie Arledge is combining her love of cooking with her desire to find a cure for cancer to help others.
University City High 10th grader Firas Mosalam has created a device that helps people who have trouble with eye drops.
Kaitlyn Chan of Poway is going above and beyond to try and save kids from skin cancer.
When he's not in class, Chula Vista 7th grader Nick Steber loves volunteering to help the homeless because he appreciates the simple things in life.
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Evan Wright, a local Boy Scout, is helping others in the community by making 3-D printed prosthetic hands for children.