A 9-year-old boy from Michigan has raised almost $80,000 to purchase bullet-proof vests for police dogs. The boy, named Brady Snakovsky, began his fundraising efforts after he learned that some police dogs did not have the protective gear they needed.
Brady’s efforts were supported by the community, and his fundraising campaign quickly gained momentum. The boy was able to raise enough money to purchase 85 bullet-proof vests for police dogs across the country.
Brady’s selfless act of kindness has been widely praised, and it is clear that he has made a significant impact on the lives of police dogs and their handlers. His fundraising efforts are a testament to the idea that even the smallest act of kindness can make a huge difference.