3-yr-old kid donates Rs 50,000 to Mumbai Police by selling cup cakes
Mumbai: Three year old Kabeer Jain from Mumbai is as sweet as his cake. This toddler has lately turned entrepreneur and then philanthropist. He baked his own cake and sold it to raise fund for charity. And finally the toddler managed to earn Rs.50, 000 (Rupees Fifty thousand) which he donated to Mumbai Police to spend for the fight against Coronavirus.
As per reports, Kabeer Jain, a three year old kid from Mumbai visited Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh’s office in Crawford Market on Tuesday along with his parents Karishma and Keshav and handed over a cheque of Rs. 50,000. The cheque was a donation amount meant for Mumbai Police Foundation that is to be used to fight the on-going corona pandemic.
Much impressed Mumbai Police posted a video about it on its official handle with the tagline that reads: Look what’s baking! This 3 year old little baker Kabeer, had a BIG surprise for CP Mumbai Police. He made a priceless contribution to the Mumbai Police Foundation with his hard earned money! Ever seen a bigger heart than that of our wonderful little Corona warrior?”
Look what’s baking!
This 3 year old little baker Kabeer, had a BIG surprise for @CPMumbaiPolice
He made a priceless contribution to the #mumbaipolicefoundation with his hard earned money!
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) May 13, 2020
The kid had baked cupcakes taking help from his mother to raise fund for charity. His target was Rs 10,000 but he exceeded expectations and handed over a cheque of Rs.50, 000 to the Police Commissioner.”
Kabir handed over the cheque and a lovable note that reads: “Dear Police uncle, thank you for taking care of us. Pls catch the virus and shoot it with your gun. I want to go to meet my nana and my friends. You can use the money to buy medicines and lollipops. Love love, Kabeer,” reported Mumbai Mirror.