Fourth-Grader Sends Moving Letter And Allowance To Governor To Help People In Need During Pandemic

Galatians 6:9 “And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up.”

God wants us to be kind to one another at all times and every one of us has been chosen to help others.

Recently, Kentucky governor, Andy Beshear, shared on Facebook about a handwritten note he received from a Georgetown, Kentucky fourth-grader.

Harper sent the letter along with her allowance to the governor so that it could be used to help people in need during the pandemic.

“Dear Andy Beshear, thank you for all that you’ve done for us. It must be hard with some people complaining,” Harper’s letter reads. “Thank you for trying and working your hardest. I am happy with whatever you want all of us to do because I’m on your side.”

Acts of compassion like this, a child who mailed me her allowance to donate to the Team Kentucky Fund, is how I know we will get through this together. #TogetherKy

Posted by Governor Andy Beshear on Sunday, January 10, 2021

Beshear heaped praises on Harper’s action, saying “acts of kindness like this, a child who mailed me her allowance to donate to the Team Kentucky Fund, is how I know we will get through this together. #TogetherKy” No wonder the post garnered more than 15,000 since being uploaded on Sunday morning.

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