字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 around the world, random acts of kindness, airlifting all of our spirits. And it turns out that heroes come in all sizes and all ages, including the seven year old. He's the little guy making a big difference. Cavanaugh Bell saw his 74 year old grandma walking to the grocery store and decided not on his watch. I thought she should be walking across the store because it's a virus season, so I decided to make a pass for her. But then he had another noble idea. He made care packages for all the senior citizens in his neighborhood, wiping out his entire life savings. 600 bucks. He even personally delivered the food the president heard about the Baltimore first grader and gave him a shout out from the White House. In Maryland, a seven year old boy used his own birthday money to buy meals for dozens of senior citizens across the nation. Ordinary people are stepping up in this time of crisis. These medical students in Minnesota started a volunteer service to provide child care for doctors and nurses who are busy fighting the epidemic. Thes health care workers feel a massive sense of relief that we are able to help them out with this. Many of them were scrambling to find child care. When the school is closed, they call themselves Covitz Sitters, an army of volunteers, 300 strong, who will walk the dog run errands and, of course, baby sit. This is just a fundamental need that we need in America right now, and we're so grateful to be able to do this as a team.