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Little Boy Shocks Crowd By Bringing This This To Teen's Vigil

Brent Price’s community mourned his untimely death after he was involved in a car crash after just graduating high school. A candlelight vigil was held in the 18-year-old’s honor at a local park and caught the attention of a 10-year-old.

The boy, whose name was Max, was passing by and was truly affected by the sight of the vigil and Price’s death.

So, Max went back home and opened up his piggy bank. He went back to the vigil with his $3. He made a second trip to get some change from his mom’s purse. On his third trip back, he returned with a $20 bill. It was his entire savings.

Though he was planning on spending that money on a guitar, since he wants to be a country music star, he wanted to give the money towards Price’s cause.

“They need it more. Just forget about the guitar," he said to himself. "I can get that later."

The little boy’s act of kindness ended up putting him in the spotlight during an interview the the local news.

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