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Offbeat Renowned ‘Donut Boy’ shares gratitude with Iowa police officers

20:15  13 june  2018
20:15  13 june  2018 Source:

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Nine-year-old Tyler Carach, who goes by the moniker “ Donut Boy ,” has made it his mission to thank every cop in America… with donuts and coffee, of course! So far, he’s given out over 7,000 donuts to police officers nationwide.

When nine-year-old Tyler Carach ran into a couple police officers in his local doughnut shop in Florida last August, he probably didn’t expect that A little over a year and 28,000 doughnuts later, Donut Boy ’s mission is well underway. Use #GeniusKitchen to let us know what you're sharing !

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A 10-year-old traveling the country to deliver donuts to police officers made a stop in Des Moines.

On Monday, "Donut Boy” Tyler Carach handed out a full assortment of donuts at the Polk County River Center.

The Florida native and his mother have traveled to 30 states in the last two years to deliver thousands of donuts to police officers.

Carach said it all started one day when he asked his mom if he could buy some police officers a box of mini donuts at his local grocery store.

"And then I asked my mom why were they so happy over a snack and she said, ‘It wasn't because of a snack, because they get snacks all the time. It’s because you said, ‘Thank you,’"

Dunkin Donuts donated the donuts given to metro police officers Monday, but Carach’s project is funded primarily through donations on GoFundMe.

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