Teen saves money for 2 years to buy friend motorised wheelchair

Teen saves money for 2 years to buy friend motorised wheelchair

In an effort to help out his friend, a kindhearted school learner saved up some money and surprised his classmate with a motorised wheelchair. US teen, Tanner Wilson, saved up for two years to express his love and appreciation for his friend, Brandon Qualls.

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Tanner’s mother, Colleen, took to social media to gush about how proud she is of her sweet son. Her community agreed and congratulated her on raising an incredible young man.

Brandon’s aunt took to Facebook to share her gratitude for the teen, Briefly.co.za found.

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“The young man who did this for [my nephew] is amazing. I don’t know you young man, but thank god for your precious gift to my nephew! What an amazing young man you are! Thank God for you and being there for Brandon! God bless you!”

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Facebook user, Michael Hill, expressed his appreciation for Tanner’s good deed and wrote:

“He is a boy who doesn’t have much of his own and has overcame so much in his life, and to give to someone else like that shows what kind of man the boy is going to become.”
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Photo: Facebook/Caddo Hills School
Source: Facebook

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Photo: Facebook/Caddo Hills School
Source: Facebook

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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