7-year-old boy spends entire savings to feed disaster survivors; gets surprise trip

7-year-old boy spends entire savings to feed disaster survivors; gets surprise trip

- 7-year-old Jermine Bell is a kind-hearted South Carolina native

- He used his entire savings for a birthday treat to Disney to help hurricane survivors

- Jermine provided snacks and water for victims evacuating the hurricane affected areas in Allendale

- The toddler got a surprise for his benevolent gesture

A South Carolina native, Jermine Bell, has added another task to his list of activities in a benevolent way to impact the lives of residents in his community.

7-year-old Jermine Bell, decided to use monies he had saved for his birthday trip to Disney World to help Hurricane Dorian evacuees.

According to Fox 5 DC reports, Jermine had been saving up his money for the trip but the level of damage caused by the hurricane moved him to use the money to help survivors.

Jermine helped victims of Hurricane Dorian who had suffered damage from the disaster.

From the devastation in the Bahamas to compulsory evacuations in Florida and state of emergencies, people’s everyday lives were greatly affected and worse, for those who suffered severe damages.

Jermine is one of many who attempted to pull their best to help victims of the hurricane.

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However, his story is quite unique because of what he had to sacrifice to impact lives.

Jermine was captured while people were being evacuated, giving out free snacks along highways in South Carolina to those evacuating the affected area.

He disclosed in an interview with Fox news that he wanted those traveling to other places for safety to have food to eat.

The 7-year-old became an inspiration when he made headlines when stories emerged about his benevolence online.

Jermine still celebrated his birthday when he turned 7 on September 8, 2019.

Disney took notice and surprised him with a free vacation after the 7-year-old spent the money he'd saved for a trip to the Florida theme parks on food for Hurricane Dorian evacuees.

Meanwhile, at 23, Dr. Julia Nepper became a role model for young women who want to pursue careers in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) after she graduated with a PhD in biophysics from the University of Wisconsin.

Julia Nepper gained admission to study at Cape Fear Community College at age 12 and got her associate degree when she turned 14. And later graduated with a bachelor’s degree from UNCW.

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