NEW DELHI :
AN INSPIRING story of an 8-year-old boy Keoni Ching from Washington is doing the rounds on the Internet who sold key chains to paid off $4,015 (Rs 2.87 lakh) of his school district lunch debt after he was inspired by former Seattle Seahawk cornerback Richard Sherman.
The boy grew inspiration for his plan after hearing about how Richard Sherman paid off lunch debts for schools in Tacoma, Washington, and in California. Keoni Ching, a 8-year-old boy decided to sell key chains for $5 to celebrate ‘Kindness Week’ at Franklin Elementary in Vancouver, where he is a student, the ‘Daily Mail’ reported. Once this news came out in the public domain, social media has been abuzz with reactions. A user wrote, “This kid has more brains and compassion in his pinky than our glorious President.”