11-year-old Frank Cenicola of Welsey Chapel learned how to turn hunks of wood into beautiful handmade pens -- and he's using that skill to raise money for charity.
Earlier this year, he founded his own company -- called Frank's Pens -- and has been spending two hours each day in his garage working his lathe to create the pens.
Each handmade pen sells for $15, and for every pen sold, he donates $5 the Wounded Warrior Project, and other charities that help veterans.
In his first month in business, he made 76 pens and hopes to continue growing in order to keep sending donations to veteran’s organizations.
That's amazing! Go Frank!
If you want to find out more about Frank's Pens--or place an order--HERE is the link to his official Facebook page.