Children are never too young to experience the power of doing good deeds, as this video showing a young girl sharing a meal with tired firefighters demonstrates.
Two-year-old Gracie Lutz helped her mother pass out breakfast burritos to firefighters who are battling against the vicious Carr Fire in Northern California.
The fire has claimed the lives of six people and forced thousands to leave their homes. It has put a heavy strain on firefighters, who often work 24-hour shifts.
Gracie’s uncles, Colton and Kody, and her grandfather, Jerry, have all been fighting the Carr Fire – one of the 17 major fires in the state.
Chelsey – Gracie’s mom – decided to bring the firefighters food after Kody expressed his desire for a breakfast burrito following a long shift, reports Daily Mail.
Volunteers have donated water, food, and supplies, and celebrity chefs like Jose Andres and other small businesses are reportedly offering free meals to the people who had to flee their homes.
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