Age, height, experience … adulthood … none of that matters if you want to do something nice for people.
4 year old Austin Perine lives in Birmingham, Alabama. Each week, he dresses up as his superhero character: ‘President Austin’.
His enemy: hungry, homeless people.
Austin’s dad, TJ, says Austin thinks that’s what presidents are supposed to do. Clearly, there’s more to it. But, when TJ saw all his son wanted to do was feed homeless people, there’s no way he could say no.
Apparently, Austin got the inspiration for ‘President Austin’ when he once saw an abandoned baby panda. He asked his parents if the same thing happened to people. They told him that some people live on the streets because they don’t have the necessities of life.
‘President Austin’ asks that his allowance every week be used to buy those homeless people food. He really enjoys delivering the food to each person, individually. He has a special message for each one, “Don’t forget to show love.”
Hope comes in all sizes. Don't forget to show love…
Posted by ForAmerica on Monday, May 7, 2018
By day, Austin Perine is a mild-mannered four-year-old from Birmingham, Alabama. But once a week, he turns into this alter ego: a superhero set on feeding as many homeless people as possible.