Maryland 8-year-old is hero for homeless vets
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April 2020Eight-year-old Tyler Stallings is making a difference for Maryland veterans. At age 4, Stallings asked his mother, “If veterans are heroes, why should they be on the street?”

Stallings started collecting clothes, hygiene products, and bedding to fill “hero bags.” He believes veterans deserve to “have the things they need, because of all of the good things they’ve done for our country.”

Described as a superhero by many, Stallings is an ambassador for the Maryland Center of Veteran Education and Training (MCVET). He has raised over $50,000 to help homeless vets and partnered with a mattress company to equip MCVET with
250 beds.

foxnews.com, 11/16/19