Doing good things for the kiddies - and not her own!
Victoria Beckham brought along her 10-year-old son, Brooklyn, to Clay County, Kentucky, this week to raise awareness for childhood poverty and the Save The Children's US Programs.
Clay County is one of the poorest counties in America and has a high rate of illiteracy and obesity in children not to mention poor cognitive and emotional development. 1 in 6 children in the US lives in poverty!
"Seeing Save the Children's innovative programs in action, I know that we can begin to reverse the childhood poverty crisis. I'm pleased Brooklyn is learning that by helping and joining other children he can play a role in making his generation the greatest yet."
Posh and Brooklyn attended an after-school reading/healthy snack program at Manchester Elementary School, where they gave away Adidas shoes and backpacks and played soccer with the students. At Big Creek Elementary they read books to children as well as making home visits to parents to talk about literacy and nutrition.
"What I saw in Clay County was the hope and promise inherent in every child," Posh said. "That's why we have to make sure every single child has a fair and equal start in life."
Not only is she fierce and fashionable, but she's charitable, too!
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[Image via BJJ / WENN.]