Posted by | August 25, 2016 17:58 | Filed under: Good News


He originally wanted a powered police squad car, but decided to use his money to buy lunch for the police.

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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  • Suzanne McFly

    I love this little boy, and this is why I have decided to go into teaching. You encounter beautiful children like this, I believe that is why I am an optimist.

    • bpollen

      I think kids are one of the few redeeming features of the human race.

      • Suzanne McFly

        They are amazing to work with and I have worked in some tough areas. I give positive feedback to these kids and some of them act as if they never heard anything nice from anyone outside of their family. They are the most beautiful, innocent parts of our population and we need to protect and nurture them. You are on point when you say they are one of the few redeeming features, I think if we nurtured more, then maybe more of us would of grown up and believed we should give back to others.

        • bpollen

          We teach them, and slowly we are changing the way humanity operates. But it is an exceptionally slow process with numerous steps backwards. Look at the change in perception when it comes to women. Most modern societies at least pay lip service to women having equal rights. But in our country, where many of us assume we are “exceptional,” women haven’t even had the right to vote for 100 years.

          • Suzanne McFly

            Preaching to the choir my friend :)