Halle Berry’s 7-year-old daughter Nahla is following in her mother’s philanthropical footsteps. She’s donating her toys to children in need and even started a bi-monthly lemonade stand whose proceeds go to impoverished children.
Moziah took a love for fashion and flair and turned it into the bow tie business, Mo’s Bows. The 12-year-old’s company is reportedly worth over $150,000.
11-year-old Donavan Smith was once homeless. Now, he sells dessert-shaped soaps and bath products with his company Toil and Trouble. He donates 20 percent of his sales to the Supportive Housing Coalition of New Mexico.
12-year-old Jaden Wheeler and 11-year-old Amaya Selmon are the youngest owners of a food truck in Memphis. The brother-and-sister team own Kool Kidz Sno Konez, the truck delivery icy goodness throughout the city.
Jason was 12 years old when he started Bledsoe Technologies, now the No. 1 technology contracting firm in the Midwest. Now 16 years old, Jason is the CEO of a company worth nearly $3.5 million with over 150 contracted workers.
Cory is building his business one bite at a time. The 10-year-old 5th grader is the founder and CEO of Mr. Cory’s Cookies, the all-natural cookie company that the world can’t get enough of.
This 11-year-old from Detroit has the perfect sales pitch and she knows how to use it. She’s the co-founder and CEO of Super Business Girl, a company that sells homemade candles to buy clothes and food needy children.
Mikaila Ulmer entered a room full of “sharks” and walked out with $60,000 for her lemonade business. 10-year-old Mikaila started BeeSweet Lemonade that uses honey from local bees instead of sugar. If that isn’t sweet enough, a portion of the profits are donated to preservation of honeybees.