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It’s That Time of Year To Give

The Giving Machine is arriving in St. Louis this holiday season
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Avery Bowen
The Giving Machine allows anyone to make a donation to people in need.

St. Louis is receiving its first ever giving machine. The Church of Latter Day Saints hosts this annual event to go along with their annual “Light The World”.

“Light The World” is an event hosted by the church to help you get involved this Christmas Season to help/light the world. It is from December 1-25.

The Giving Machine is a giving-focused vending machine that allows anyone to make a donation that will then be distributed to people in need.

The Giving Machine first appeared in 2017 and total contributions have reached over $15 million of donations.

The operations of these machines are completely funded by The Church Of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and ensures that all of your donations will be given to the charitable cause of your choice.

You can donate many different kinds of donations such as water, food, education supplies, medicine, hygiene products, beds, etc.

The St. Louis Giving Machine arrives Dec. 20-Jan. 1. It will be in the West County Mall very close to the Apple store. This is the first ever location in St. Louis.

Cities in a few surrounding states such as Omaha, Neb., Des Moines, Iowa, and Chicago are also hosts of other Giving Machine locations.

If you cannot physically go to a machine, you can participate online at LightTheWorld.org/give.

If you want more ideas to get involved this holiday season, visit LightTheWorld.org.

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Lilly Brown, Assistant Online Editor and Social Media Manager
Lilly Brown is the assistant editor of LHStoday.org and the social media manager. This is her second year in publications and in her junior year. She is also part of the swim team. You can usually find Lilly with some type of caffeine in her hand (usually Monster), even soda if she's desperate. After high school, Lilly plans on studying in digital marketing and eventually becoming a social media manager. Outside of school, you can find Lilly reading, hanging out with friends, going to the gym, shopping, or at work at the Renaud Center!

Avery Bowen, Reporter
Avery Bowen is a junior and this is their first year in publications. She is also involved in drama club working as a crew head for set. Outside of school, Avery can usually be found quietly drawing in their room or taking a nap. When not hanging out in her room, Avery is outside in nature walking along her backyard creek and fishing. After high school they plan on studying wildlife biology at an out-of-state college. 

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