Area boy keeps on giving

Fifth-grader's goal is to collect 1,000 cans of food for the needy.
Aaron Krause
May 10, 2014


The 11-year-old area philanthropist has collected more than 500 cans of soup for Second Harvest Food Bank.

But that's just poking a hole in hunger for the veteran, yes, veteran charitable youngster.

His short-term goal is to collect 1,000 cans, but he wants to end up with 5,000 -- ramming a crater in the hunger of area residents, including those who live in Huron County.

Liam McCarthy said he has no doubt he will collect 5,000 cans which will be distributed to people in Huron, Lorain and Crawford counties. "I know I can do it," the confident-sounding, well-spoken fifth-grader said. "I feel great about what I'm doing; I feel like I'm doing right."


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Kottage Kat

We need more like him.
Applause to his parents for raising a giving heart.


Hey Reflector! Do a follow up and let us know where we can help this young man with his goal!!