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18-year-old wins $10,000 to help homeless women get access to tampons.

Nadya Okamoto is an 18-year-old freshman at Harvard University, but her young age isn't stopping her from helping to save the world. In fact, she just won $10,000 for her non-profit that helps homeless women get access to pads and tampons. That's right. She has her own non-profit. According to Elite Daily, as a high school freshman, Okamoto lived two hours away from where she went to school.
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