A Pittsburgh 16-year-old and his father are in the process of starting their own nonprofit, and one Washington City Mission resident was the first to benefit.

In October, Sam Kuzmishin and his father, John, sat at their kitchen table discussing ways they could help people struggling financially through the COVID-19 pandemic. Since they both enjoy working on cars, that’s what they decided to do.

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