13-godišnji Abraham Olagbegi rođen je s rijetkim poremećajem te mu je bila potrebna transplantacija koštane srži. Jedna organizacija ispunjava želje teško bolesnoj djeci, pa je i Abraham, nakon što je transplantacija prošla uspješno, dobio priliku poželjeti želju.

Iako se od djece njegove dobi očekuje da će ta želja biti novi Play Station, Abraham je poželio učiniti dobro djelo za beskućnike. U akciji dijeljenja hrane beskućnicima, nahranjeno je 80 ljudi.

Međutim, ni to mu nijen bilo dovoljno, već će se na njegov zahtjev ovakva akcija organizirati svake treće subote u mjesecu kroz godinu dana. Svaka čast Abrahame!

Priču donosi Charlie Allen, a inspiraciju je pronašao ovdje.

13-year-old Abraham Olagbegi was born with a rare blood disorder and needed a bone marrow transplant. His transplant was successful and he qualified for Make-A-Wish which is an organization that grants wishes to kids with serious illnesses.

Instead of wishing for a PlayStation (as suggested by his mother), Abraham wanted to help the homeless and in September Make-A-Wish helped him organize a day to hand out free food in his hometown. 80 homeless people were fed.

His wish isn’t fulfilled yet and a day for handing out free food will be organized every third Saturday of the month for a year. Nice work Abraham!

Charlie Allen got inspired by this story.

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