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A 25-year-old immigrant is changing the lives of hundreds of at-risk children in San Diego

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It's a sad day, but let's refocus on the GOOD out there that still exists. Here's a story of an inspirational young man who has made it his mission to help refugee children adjust to living in the USA and get them on a path to college.

Mark Kabban is a true leader for Gen Y. He took a bad situation, and through something so universal as playing soccer, he has been able to bring hundreds of at-risk children together. He provides them with structure, tutoring, and the guidance that they need

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  • Dan Cassidy

    Good for Mark, and everyone he's helping. Nice story.