A Nashville woman is making hundreds of children's Christmas wishes come true.
Taylor Rowe started Live Love Nashville last year. She sells T-shirts with the phrase on them, and 100 percent of the proceeds go to local children in need.
Rowe has a full-time job but still finds time to run a nonprofit. She raised enough money to buy every single student at Buena Vista Elementary a large gift bag full of presents and clothes.
"This is what I want to do. This is exactly where I need to be. These children may not get gifts elsewhere. This may be the only gifts that they receive, so I wanted to make it extra special," Rowe said.
Rowe donated 10,000 school supplies to United Way in August.
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