Thirteen-year-old Miles Newbold and his mother, Danielle, are the compassionate hearts behind Miles to Go, a nonprofit in Dr. Phillips that focuses on providing basic necessities to those in need.
Today we’d like to introduce you to Danielle Newbold.
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — While most 10-year-old boys may be inside playing video games, Miles Newbold is hard at work, doing all he can to help make a homeless person's day better.
- Miles Newbold created nonprofit to help homeless people
- Miles To Go delivers bags with food, clothing
- The charity has delivered more than 2,000 bags
As 9-year-old Miles Newbold gave a bag of basic necessities to a homeless woman at Lake Eola Park, his concern for her was evident.
But it was the reassurance from the woman that struck a chord with Miles and his mother, Danielle.
“Don’t worry, honey,” the woman told Miles, a Windermere resident. “I sleep under the stars.”