WITH more people homeless in Ireland this year than ever before, little acts of kindness are needed now more than ever.
Seven-year-old Irish girl Megan recently wrote to the Peter McVerry Trust – a national homeless charity – to thank them for their work during Storm Ophelia last week.
In her adorable message, the young admirer thanked the charity for “taking care” of the less fortunate through the stormy weather.
Megan wrote: “Thank you for taking care of the homeless people at the Hurricane Ophelia.
“Because I get really sad about them because they have no money and food and a home.
We were delighted to receive such a heart-warming message from seven-year-old Megan. pic.twitter.com/rKTlt7MEHX
— Peter McVerry Trust (@PMVTrust) October 24, 2017
At the hurricane I felt very helpless!
"I am 7 years old my name is Megan.”
Acknowledging little Megan on Twitter, the charity said they were overjoyed to receive her “heart-warming” thank you – which also came with a lovely drawing.
“We were delighted to receive such a heart-warming message from seven-year-old Megan,” they said.
A very relevant message – well done Megan!