Sunshine Oelfke, who resides in U.S, gained popularity in social networks by spending his savings for a tender cause: paying for the milk of his fellow kindergarteners. The incredible story of this five-year-old girl moved thousands of users and quickly became viralizó in all corners of the Internet.
It all started when Sunshine Oelfke, from Michigan, came home and decided to empty his piggy bank on the living room floor. Realizing this situation, her grandmother Jackie Oelfke he didn’t care.
However, minutes passed and Jackie saw that the little girl was putting the peels and the wrinkled bills inside a plastic bag. “That piqued my curiosity. Nobody messes with the piggy bank.” the woman pointed out CBS.
The most moving reason
After observing her, Oelfke asked her granddaughter why she took out all her savings. “I’ll take it for milk money. I’ll take it for my friend Layla. She doesn’t get milk, her mother doesn’t have money for milk and I do.”, Sunshine replied.
Immediately, Jackie’s heart melted. The following week, the two met with teacher Rita Hausher and they gave him the 30 dollars that the five-year-old girl had saved. “Milk is important in our family, so it’s very important that Sunshine’s friends drink milk with her.” Grandma said.
raised more money
After dropping her off at school, Jackie tearfully shared a recording on Facebook to explain her granddaughter’s initiative. Within hours, the clip went viral and dozens of people offered to help other students who couldn’t afford milk during snack time.
Below that line, the woman opened a page of GoFundMe with the aim of raising the 800 dollars to cover the cost of milk throughout the semester. Fortunately, they exceeded the initial goal and raised $19,000.
“The money will stay with Sunshine as she progresses through the grades to make sure her friends get milk, no matter where she is.” Jackie Oelfke explained.
What is savings?
Savings is the part of a person’s income that is not used in consumption: of the money that comes in, it is the portion that is not spent.[display-posts orderby="rand"]