Eight-year-old Tyler Stallings has been helping homeless veterans(老兵）since he was 4 years old, and so far, this little boy has raised over $$50,000 for his cause.
Tyler's mother, Andrea Blackstone, said when Tyler was 4 she wanted to teach him about the importance of veterans. 36 As Tyler was watching these YouTube videos, he asked his mother, “If they’re heroes why should they be on the street?”
Blackstone said 4-year-old Tyler then begged her to take him to buy wood and nails and build the veterans houses. 37
So the mother got Tyler in touch with Maryland’s Governor, and Tyler was given a grant of $$100. With the help of the grant, Tyler decided that once a year on Veteran’s Day, he would gather items like clothes to give homeless veterans care packages. This went on so well, however, that they decided just Veteran’s Day wasn’t enough. 38
Tyler’s goal is to raise people’s awareness of the veterans，sacrifices and bring “hero bags” to veterans who are homeless or need basic supplies. 39 Recently, he was able to partner with a mattress company that donated 250 beds and a backpack company that gifted Tyler backpacks to hold his “hero bag” products.
40 “They should have the things they need because of all the good things they’ve done for our country, ” Tyler said. “It makes me feel very happy and very good when they have a happy reaction.”
A. She explained to him they couldn’t afford it.
B. For Tyler, his work is both important and rewarding.
C. He saw videos of homeless veterans and he thought this isn’t right.
D. It was supposed to be a one-time thing, but turned into an all-the-time event.
E. Tyler hopes to raise enough fund for a truck to deliver even more items to them.
F. Tyler’s “hero bags” for veterans include things such as clothes, hygiene products and bedding.
G. She turned to YouTube to show her son videos about veterans and the things they did for our country.
答案 36-40. GADFB