Apex’s Ive Jones, 11, has been using social media to raise awareness and money for girls orphaned by Ebola in Liberia, where Ive’s mother grew up.
Apex’s Ive Jones, 11, has been using social media to raise awareness and money for girls orphaned by Ebola in Liberia, where Ive’s mother grew up. wdoran@newsobserver.com
Apex’s Ive Jones, 11, has been using social media to raise awareness and money for girls orphaned by Ebola in Liberia, where Ive’s mother grew up. wdoran@newsobserver.com

Apex girl raising money for Africans orphaned by Ebola

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