Every child deserves to wake up on Christmas morning with a present and thanks to this Mays Landing student, over 200 children in Puerto Rico will have a little something in their stockings come this Christmas.

12-year-old Juliana "Jules" Moss from Mays Landing started a drive to send Christmas Stockings to the boys and girls in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, according to Shore News Today.

The article mentioned that Juliana's goal was to stuff over 100 stockings filled with toys and much needed items to send this holiday season. Puerto Rico was devastated earlier this year due to Hurricane Maria.

The goal of 100 stocking was easily surpassed thanks to the hard work of Moss, and from generous donations from family, friends and the U.S. Coast Guard. Over 200 stockings stuffed with toys and much needed toiletries are now headed to Puerto Rico to bring Christmas joy to the children of Aguadilla thanks to Juliana's amazing effort.

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