Boy, 8, Raises $50K to Help Homeless Veterans
"'He asked me, 'If they're heroes why should they be on the street?'" Good question.
“Tyler Stallings was just four years old when he felt compelled to help veterans in need, his mother, Andrea Blackstone, explained to Good Morning America.”
“At the time, Blackstone had shown Tyler a few online videos about veterans to teach him about what some of his relatives who enlisted in the military had done. Soon, they came across a video that focused on veterans who struggle with homelessness.”
“‘He saw videos of veterans holding signs to no one responding to their cry for help and he thought this isn’t right. He didn’t like it,’ Blackstone recalled. ‘He asked me, 'If they’re heroes why should they be on the street?’”
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