A little girl's generosity

Opinion Dec 13, 2012 Flamborough Review

I work at the Royal Bank branch in Waterdown and a little girl, Gillian Findlay, of Waterdown, touched my heart recently when she came up to my wicket with her mom and showed me a half of a $20 bill.

Her mom said that Gillian’s dad looked up information on the Canadian Mint site about taking half a note to a bank and they would give you $10, as the little girl had found half a $20 bill.

The six-year-old girl proceeded to tell me she wanted to donate it to Flamborough Animal Adoptions. An animal lover, I was overwhelmed by her kindness for animals and her giving heart.

Her mom also told me that over the course of the summer, Gillian manned a lemonade stand to raise money for the organization that looks after animals in need.

God bless the little children.

Susan London

Waterdown

A little girl's generosity

Opinion Dec 13, 2012 Flamborough Review

I work at the Royal Bank branch in Waterdown and a little girl, Gillian Findlay, of Waterdown, touched my heart recently when she came up to my wicket with her mom and showed me a half of a $20 bill.

Her mom said that Gillian’s dad looked up information on the Canadian Mint site about taking half a note to a bank and they would give you $10, as the little girl had found half a $20 bill.

The six-year-old girl proceeded to tell me she wanted to donate it to Flamborough Animal Adoptions. An animal lover, I was overwhelmed by her kindness for animals and her giving heart.

Her mom also told me that over the course of the summer, Gillian manned a lemonade stand to raise money for the organization that looks after animals in need.

God bless the little children.

Susan London

Waterdown

A little girl's generosity

Opinion Dec 13, 2012 Flamborough Review

I work at the Royal Bank branch in Waterdown and a little girl, Gillian Findlay, of Waterdown, touched my heart recently when she came up to my wicket with her mom and showed me a half of a $20 bill.

Her mom said that Gillian’s dad looked up information on the Canadian Mint site about taking half a note to a bank and they would give you $10, as the little girl had found half a $20 bill.

The six-year-old girl proceeded to tell me she wanted to donate it to Flamborough Animal Adoptions. An animal lover, I was overwhelmed by her kindness for animals and her giving heart.

Her mom also told me that over the course of the summer, Gillian manned a lemonade stand to raise money for the organization that looks after animals in need.

God bless the little children.

Susan London

Waterdown