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This young boy is setting an example in the power of kindness for all.

Perri Ormont Blumberg
August 7, 2017

As any Southern sweet tooth will tell you: When in doubt, doughnuts.

Tyler Carach, a 9-year-old from Bratt, Florida, has sure taken that adage to heart. Currently, he’s delivered doughnuts to police officers in more than ten states. On Friday, August 4th, he added Maryland to his list by bringing doughnuts for the Hartford County officers in Eastern Maryland.

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This time, he brought 1,000 delectable treats donated by a nearby Dunkin’ Donuts. "I wanted to thank cops for what they do by keeping us safe and risking their lives for other people," Tyler told MSN in a recent interview. “One day, me and my mom, went to a local store and I saw four cops and I asked my mom if I can buy them mini doughnuts with my own money, and when we left, I said, 'I want to thank every cop in America.'"

During his deliveries, the thoughtful boy dons a doughnut-adorned cape that reads “I Donut Need a Reason to Thank a Cop.” We certainly agree, Tyler. All it takes is a thoughtful gesture to change someone’s day. And if that kind deed, comes glazed in vanilla and with a smattering of sprinkles, well, even better.