Nathan Adams was too young at 14 years old to get a job, so he started his own business and is already giving back.
Known as “The Lawn Kid” in Buffalo, New York, he’s on a mission to help honor members of the military.
He got the idea after his grandfather Frederick Adams, a military veteran and volunteer firefighter, passed away in February.
“I thought that maybe in his honor since I had my own business, I could cut lawns for veterans for free,” Nathan told Fox News.
His goal is to do 50 lawns for 50 veterans, the first cut free and a discount after that.
After each job, Nathan’s mom, Angela Adams, posts an image of the freshly cut lawn, an American flag, and “the lawn kid” holding up the number of lawns he has accomplished so far.
“I think my dad is looking down on Nathan…with so much pride because my dad was a fighter and as a veteran, he taught myself, my sister, and the grandkids that we should always be thankful to our veterans because they’re the reason why we get to be free and make decisions,” Angela said.
Lowe’s donated a mower and some supplies when Nathan’s broke down while working for a client.
The generous teen has also received an outpouring of messages of support and military apparel from veterans and organizations.
“There’s always a way to put good into the world when it seems like there’s so much bad going on,” Adams added.
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