Little Girl’s Lemonade Stand Raises Money For Slain Officer’s Family - A six-year-old girl used a refreshing treat to help another family.
Caroline Freeman Piche of Mt. Juliet, Tennessee decided to open a lemonade stand to raise money for the wife and daughter of slain Dickson County sheriff’s Sgt. Daniel Baker. He was killed in the line of duty May 30.
It didn’t take long for word to spread what little Caroline was doing and in five hours she raised over 11-hundred dollars! My. Juliet police posted a thank you to the girl saying "Thank you, Caroline, for touching all of our hearts. Your compassion is a strong reminder of the goodness in the world."
Caroline wants to be a police officer when she grows up.
Source: CBS News
When I learned that Caroline was out raising money for fallen DCSO Sgt. Baker, I made sure to go visit her today to express how much our department appreciated her efforts. Her compassion is a strong reminder that there is so much goodness in our world, especially in her ♥️. pic.twitter.com/CtLLJAlx53— Capt. Tyler Chandler (@TylerJChandler) June 9, 2018