NJ boy, 5, saves allowance for 7 months, then buys police lunch
He originally wanted a powered police squad car, but decided to use his money to buy lunch for the police.
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William Evertz Jr. saved up his allowance for seven months and went to a Subway restaurant on Wednesday to get sandwiches for officers in Winslow Township, a suburb of Philadelphia.
‘Happy kindness day,’ he told about a dozen officers at the police station, Philly.com reported.
‘I want to be a police officer,’ he added, dressed in a police shirt and badge. ‘They keep us safe.’
William earned the money completing chores at home: feeding chickens and ducks, sweeping outside and helping his dad wash the family car.
He saved about half of the $250 he needed to buy lunch for the whole department — so his parents threw in a bit of money, Philly.com reported.
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