At 12 years of age, Braeden Mannering has accomplished more for the less fortunate than the majority of adults in this country combined.
With the face of an angel, combined with wisdom and compassion beyond his years, the founder of Brae’s Brown Bags, has become a crusader for the hungry and an AgVocate in his own right.
Speaking at the Bayer AgVocacy Forum in New Orleans last week, Braeden said his mission and agriculture are connected because both have the goal of feeding people. “I am an AgVocate because I believe that all of us can help end hunger, we can work together, we can make a difference,” he said. “We all have the power to be part of the solution – whether you are nine years old, 12 years old, or even 85 years old.”
Listen to this inspiring young AgVocate here: Braeden Mannering, presentation
I also had the chance to interview Brae: Interview with Braeden Mannering, Brae's Brown Bags