The friendly act of soldiers from one country opened a revolving door of generosity in Butler, Pennsylvania.
One evening, nine-year-old Brook Yost entered a gas station to buy donuts. When she arrived at the table, the girl found that she didn't have enough money to pay for the snack. Without hesitation, the man stands behind her decision to intervene. In fact, he quickly reached his wallet and delivered the cashier.
This man was a soldier from the State of Pennsylvania, Chad Savannah. After his cute little demeanor, the beautiful Giving Festival escalated between members of the government forces and the Yoast family.
After that night, Brooke wanted to make sure that Trooper knew how grateful she was and wanted to give it back in exchange for the cakes. I decided to write him a letter. The envelope also included $ 10. In the same generous manner as the officer, Brock agreed that money had to be donated to a charity of their choice.
The letter she writes:
“My name is Brooke and I’m nine years old. At 8:15 PM I was at Sheetz on 68 and meridian Rd. I went to purchase something and didn’t have enough money. A nice police officer behind me kindly paid for my item. I thanked him but felt bad because I didn’t offer him the money I had. So, I am donating this money. I want to thank this officer again. Stay Safe, Brooke.”
After the innocent donation affected the officials, they decided to reward Brock for his selfishness. They put their money together and received Brooke's $ 50 gift card from Toys R Us. They gave her a gift card and she was sure to buy toys herself.
What Brock had decided next was surprised. she brought the gift card to Toys R Us and bought $ 50 toys to donate to Tots for the annual Marine Corps games.
At the end, the officers receive the news that Brook had given her a gift card. Then they invited Brooke and her family to the station for an unforgettable event
They gave a star to their treatment at the police station. She was honored in front of all officers and they gave her a tour of the station until they were allowed to enter the police cruiser.
Brooke's mother said that her behavior had completed her character. Everything was done by her alone :)