An American teenager became the hero of the news because he did an act that was admired by the inhabitants of the planet.
13-year-old William worked as a janitor for a long time, mowing lawns in his native Nevada, all in order to help his mother buy a car.
His mother is raising him, and two other children, alone. But it was not possible to save up for a car. And then the teenager decided to sacrifice his Xbox.
Xbox was the most valuable of all the child’s possessions. And he decided without hesitation to give it away.
As a result, the 13-year-old teenager presented his mother with a used Toyota Metro, which became the most expensive gift in a woman’s life.
It all started with the fact that the child saw a video on the Internet that told about people who gave cars to their mothers.
What he saw impressed the teenager so much that he had a real dream – to make his mother happy. Because it is quite difficult for a single mother of many children to live without a car.
The mother could not buy a car on her own. The money she earns is barely enough for food and clothes for three children.
William decided to start by monitoring ads for the sale of used cars. But the amounts were sky-high, and the child could not collect them quickly.
But the goal was set. And the teenager began to slowly move towards it.
He agreed with the neighbors that he would help them for a small fee – sweeping yards, mowing the lawn, watering flowers, walking dogs, going to the grocery store.
He offered the accumulated money to the owner of an old 1999 Toyota Metro, but the amount was insufficient.
And then the boy, without a doubt, offered his Xbox in addition. The owner of the car did not hesitate for long. Especially when she found out for whom and how the boy was saving money, and agreed to the deal.
The next morning, the car was already at the house. And William’s speechless mother was crying quietly with happiness.
The act of a teenager from Nevada, according to the world tabloids, became the most touching act of this spring and will be able to qualify for participation in the annual competition “People who surprised the world.”