Fourth Grader Saves Money to Spread Holiday Cheer to Needy Classmates

By: Elizabeth Lamb Email
By: Elizabeth Lamb Email

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, Va – Nick is a fourth grader who saved $210 during the past couple of years to spread holiday cheer to his classmates. He donated all of the money to buy holiday gifts from his school's book fair for classmates, who needed them. Now that act of kindness has earned him the nickname, “Saint Nick.”

He helped several students get presents this holiday season and he said he just wanted to help out.

“I just one day felt like I should earn some money to help somebody that needs it. I feel really happy that they got something to do and to get,” said Nick.

Nick helped about a dozen classmates get an extra present this year. People who work at the school helped choose which students could use a present the most.

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