Two Boys Honored For Raising Money To Buy Vests For Police Dogs

Jonathan and David Walker-Moses are only five- and six-years-old, but with their hard work, they did something that will help their community. They raised money to help protect Chicago Police K-9 dogs as part of the Illinois Vest a Dog program.

These two young boys, with the help of their mother, raised funds for police dog vests by having a garage sale last summer.

For their great efforts, Jonathan and David were honored at the Chicago Police Department’s monthly Awards ceremony and were presented with certificates of appreciation.

Great job, Jonathan and David!

Source: WBBM

3 Responses to “Two Boys Honored For Raising Money To Buy Vests For Police Dogs”

  1. Two Boys Honored For Raising Money To Buy Vests For Police Dogs says:

    […] Patrizia wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptThey raised money to help protect Chicago Police K-9 dogs as part of the Illinois Vest a Dog program. These two young boys, with the help of their mother, raised funds for police dog vests by having a garage sale last summer. … […]

  2. Lynn says:

    And three big cheers for their mother. She’s teaching her kids early what’s important in life. Good for her!!!

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