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A 13-year-old runs his own bakery and matches every sale with a donation to the homeless

27 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Michael Platt, a 13-year-old who lives in Washington, D.C., started his own bakery called Michael's Desserts.
The bakery operates on a one-for-one donation model, meaning that for every cupcake sold he donates one to the homeless.
The teen bakes all sorts of things, but cupcakes are his biggest seller, he told the Washington Post .
As a child, Michael Platt loved to bake.
And when he turned 11, the Bowie, Maryland, resident turned his passion into a business and founded Michael's Desserts, as the Washington Post reported.
The bakery operates on a one-for-one donation model, meaning that...
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