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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- A Local chapter of a nationwide organization is making a big impact in low income schools across the city, but they need your help.

Teach for America recruits educators of all backgrounds and their in several school here in Charlotte, including Harding University High School.

The program strives to provided an excellent education for undeserved kids. Each teacher commits to two years of teach, but, many say it's so fulfilling, they end up staying longer.

Sabian Hill is in first year of teaching at Harding University High School. He's a native of Charlotte and graduate from a nearby high school. He says he tries to make a difference in his students' lives.

Many of them don't think that education is particularly aligned to their lives and that's just not true. I came from this same place and I know given the right opportunities, given the right teachers, given the right passion, if they can really become invested, lives can be changed, Hill said.

Teach for America is in cities all across the U.S. The executive director in Charlotte says they are looking for new recruits and donations.

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