Lots of people generously share their good fortune with others during the holiday season.
Not so many keep the spirit of Christmas giving throughout the year. One of those who has is Brooklyn Klein.
At the tender age of 7, she worked selling peaches at the Payson Farmers Market this summer.
The goal was to raise money to buy shoes for the Shoes for Orphan Souls program in which her church, Expedition Church, was participating.
The church partnered with Shoes for Orphan Souls, the largest humanitarian aid project providing shoes and socks to orphans and vulnerable children in the U.S. and throughout the world.
The church collected more than 200 pairs of shoes for the project. One of the youngest individuals involved was Brooklyn, who raised enough to purchase 51 pairs of shoes.