Making a Difference in the World

From needing help herself as a premature baby to dedicating her time to help the disabled

Josie Bucker laughs nervously as she tries to figure out a pose standing next to the well known red clock located in Indiana University at Bloomington on a sunny afternoon on July 11th, 2017.

“ I’ve been volunteering since a young age because my family was really involved in volunteer work, especially with kids with disabilities because my brother had cerebral palsy. I’ve been working with kids with disabilities ever since I can remember so it has just become a part of my life, honestly.” – Josie Bucker 2017.

Josie Bucker was born exactly 99 days earlier than she was supposed to at the St. Francis Hospital in Indianapolis making her part of a triplet group while also including the first-born sister.

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