- A young boy, Brayden, came to the rescue of his classmate and saved him from ridicule when others picked on him
- Brayden revealed that when he realised the trouble his classmate was going through, he thought of a way out
- After getting three bags of clothes for him, he called him one day at school and handed them to the boy
A young boy, Brayden, put a big smile on his classmate's face and did the best he could do for him when he realised he was being bullied for wearing the same outfit.
In speaking with the media, Brayden revealed that while he is not super close to him, he never liked the way he was being picked on by people, Understanding Compassion reports.
They always picked on him
Homeless man who lived in a van surprised with a N16m food truck by strangers, they also bought him clothes
Brayden said the boy did not have many clothes because his parents are poor. He said:
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“I remember last year he only had 2 outfits cause he just didn’t have the money to buy clothes.”
The helper stated that he does not want the boy’s name in the media as he shared how he was a big subject of ridicule among his peers.
One day, he took the young boy to a place in the school and presented the bags of new outfits to him.
The things he gave the boy
Brayden told him:
“You got joggers, these are all Nike, Adidas and Hollister shirts. A Hollister sweatshirt, it’s all really nice. And you have more joggers in here. And, I even bought you a Champion sweatshirt, so… this is yours. And… this is all yours bro. You can keep the bag.”
After people learnt of Brayden’s act of love, many wanted to give the student more. They set up a fundraiser and have so far gathered more than $7000 (N2,880,360).
A kid became his mother's comforter
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a 13-year-old boy, William Preston, did not like the way his mother was going through life's tough challenges as a single mother of three.
As a way to help his mother, William got a job as a land mower as part of a plan to get his mother a vehicle.
When the teen came home one day and told his mother that he had got her a car, the woman laughed it off and said “ya, right!”