Name: Jazmine Granger
Location: Portand, Oregon
Jazmine Granger isn’t your typical high-school student. Not only does she do the daily school-day grind, she also designs her own jewelry, volunteers at rescues for dogs with challenging medical and physical issues, and also contributes her time and spirit to Camp Attitude, where she gets to hang out with other disabled kids and do tons of fun activities!
Some girls might think that doing their homework is enough, but not Jazmine! Not only does she make her grades, she also makes her own jewelry and has a page to sell her wares. www.etsy.com/shop/jsgdesign Jazmine’s mom helps her out by ordering the supplies she needs and listening to her directions. They feature super-cool items like antique keys and monocles!
Beyond her artistic designs for baubles, Jazmine gives her heart and her time to more than one cause. At the dog rescues, she’s able to compassionately and patiently help the pups have happy lives.
“The dogs in at Panda Paws and Angels with Misplaced Wings are just like me, they are disabled. I use a wheelchair and have a lot of medical stuff and so do these dogs,” she explains. “It costs a lot to take care of sick dogs. I first got started by meeting London after seeing his story on the news. Mom took me to meet him and we are now friends for life. His wheelchair is red just like mine too.”