“I DONUT need a reason to thank a cop.”
By Tyler Carach
Tyler “Donut Boy” Carach’s mission is to directly thank each individual Law Enforcement professional in the U.S. for their commitment and service to their communities.
Tyler Carach: Donut Boy
It’s not every day you meet an inspiring 9-year-old like Tyler Carach, also known as Donut Boy. Tyler has taken up a special mission that made us stop in our tracks and want to highlight what this young man has been doing for the men and women of Law Enforcement.
One day, Tyler and his mother noticed several police officers at a gas station stop. Being a passionate boy about Law Enforcement, Tyler asked his mother, Sheena Carach, if he could buy those officers donuts – with his own money – to thank them for what they do. After that, Tyler made up his mind: to give away donuts to every single cop in America.
Tyler’s passion for thanking every cop in America comes from his family’s strong support and history with Law Enforcement. Mother, Sheena, said, “We’re a strong supporting family of Law Enforcement men and women. I’m a former Law Enforcement Officer myself, so I know personally what they go through every single day. So it’s really amazing to be able to watch Tyler make a difference. Something as simple as a difference as a donut, says Thank You.”
Tyler wants to become a Law Enforcement professional himself one day. He told us that he dreams of either SWAT team or K9 unit, between the two, he can’t decide. But one thing is for sure, he is not looking forward to getting tasered during training!
Keep up with Tyler on his mission by following his Facebook Page: I DONUT need a reason to thank a cop.
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