An 8-Year-Old Boy Pays Off Lunch Debt for SevenSchools
An 8-year-old boy from Vancouver, Washingtonsold handmade key chains for $5 each so he could pay off the lunch debt ofstudents from his school and six others.The outstanding balance was $4015.
It all started because the boy wanted to do something special for"Kindness Week" at his school. After seeing San Francisco 49ersplayer Richard Sherman donate money to cover student lunch debt, he decided tofollow the lead.The boy came up with a plan to make, and sell, keychains.
Once word got out, people from all over the country started sending in theirrequests for one of the custom key chains.
With the help of not only his parents, but also his grandparents,theboy made and sold more than 300 key chains