Well, this should enrage Black Lives Matter.
Donut Boy must watch his back at all times. If he attends a public school that has blacks enrolled, he really is in some danger.
Some causes are better left to adults. While many people may appreciate the youngster’s efforts to thank a cop, police officers are paid reasonably well to “protect and serve.” They can afford to buy their own donuts.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — When nine-year-old Tyler Carach of Florida saw police officers in his local store, he purchased mini donuts for them to show his appreciation for their hard work.
After he left the store, Tyler asked his mother Sheena if he could thank every cop in the United States by giving out donuts. Tyler would soon be known by police departments across the country as “Donut Boy.”
“They keep us safe,” Tyler said. “They’re my best friends and they need to be reminded that we still care.”
Tyler and his family are embarking on a six-week trip to donate donuts to several police departments, including the New York Police Department.
The Carach family will be staying with friends on Staten Island and will be handing out donuts to officers at an event on each borough. Their first event will be held on Staten Island on July 17.
“We know for sure we already have 5000 for NYPD donated by Dunkin’ Donuts and 25 dozen donated by The Donut Pub,” Sheena Carach said.
Tyler first started thanking cops with donuts last August and has already donated more than 6,000 donuts. He hopes to donate more than 10,000 donuts by the end of his six-week trip.
Tyler also hopes his trip will add more police department patches and challenge coins — carried by police officers to keep the oath to uphold the law — to his growing collection.
Read more about challenge coins at Wikipedia.