The 9th grader fund raiser, who donated tens of bullet proof vests for the K-9 police units.

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Brady has donated more than 70 vests for the dogs, and at least five for each K-9 of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

Brady Snakovsky is a 9th grader from Strongsville Ohio, but apparently, he is a little boy with a big vision. Just at this early age, he has decided to open up and build his own brand and be the founder of his organization. It is Brady’s dream to grow up and become a police officer, and not only he wants to protect and serve to the people, but he also wants to keep his team safe when he grows up.

Bradley was watching TV one day and among the blue police uniforms that he was seeing, he spotted the dogs of the K-9 units and that’s when he noticed something strange. He saw that unlike the policemen, the dogs did were not wearing a bulletproof vest to protect themselves from possible dangers. Almost every K-9 unit is self-funded and since a vest costs upwards $1200, it is not possible for the dogs to get them. But this was not impossible for little Bradley.

In 2018 he decided to establish the Bradley K-9 Fund, a non-profit that has gained thousands of dollars now and Bradley has decided to donate this money, for the vests of the K-9 units. So far he has managed to donate more than 70 vests, reaching a total number of 79, surprising everyone. Brady has donated more than 70 vests for the dogs, and at least five for each K-9 of the Ohio State Highway Patrol. Such a little boy but with a big vision, who proves that everything can be achieved through belief and a good heart.

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