I am really impressed with Avon Middle School 7th grade student Brecken Hayes puts the needs of the needy people in his community in Indiana than his own desires.
While most people who are in his age enjoy playing video games, Brecken donated his allowance of $475 dollars to the Mary Lee Maier Community Pantry to assist the food bank in Avon Indiana.
Hayes believes that the desires of the people in his community that need food and drink to survive is more important buying a video games for his own entertainment.
It is evident that Hayes is being brought the right way by his parents and his older relatives to purchase items that he needs instead of getting his wants like a video game.
The students at Avon Middle School raised $1,000 to donate to the food pantry.
I am sure that due to the great deed of thinking of others, a video company will likely contact Brecker in the near future and donate him a video game that he would to have in his home as a form of entertainment during his free time.
Let us give Brecker Hayes a huge hand for his heart of gold.