The Bottom Line:
- A tween from Ohio made $15,000 selling livestock at the Huron County Fair.
- Diesel Pippert,12, is donating all of the money to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
- A post from Western Reserve Schools calls him a hero for his generosity.
- Source: Penn Live
The Full Story:
A seventh-grader in Ohio did really well at the Huron County Fair this year, but it’s what he did afterwards that has people talking.Diesel Pippertmade $15,000 selling livestock at the event and the 12-year-old donated it all to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
His school district gave him a shout out for the generous act of kindness, which will help other kids in need. “A young man lives amongst us who should be an example to us all,” Western Reserve Schools writes in a post. “Diesel, you are a hero!"