We told you about a 9-year-old boy named Caine Monroy who created a makeshift arcade out of cardboard boxes in his dad's auto part store in east Los Angeles. His ingenuity was pretty impressive. His first customer happened to be a filmmaker named Nirvan Mullick who saw the boy's potential and released a video about him.
A year has passed since Mullick posted the video and Caine has captured a lot of attention. He has had articles written about his arcade from Huffington Post, Forbes, and even the New York Times. Over $231,000 has been donated to Caine's Scholarship Fund and a non-profit called the Imagination Foundation has been made to foster creativity and imagination kids have that adults could learn from.
If you would like to donate any of the charities, click the links above. Or, you can also vote for Cain so he wins a $100,000 LA2050 Grant by clicking here.