A five-year-old boy who heard about the wildfires ravaging Oregon told his grandmother he wanted to help the firefighters on the front lines, so he donated a Baby Yoda doll to them.
When Carver’s grandmother, Sasha Tinning, heard about a donation drive for the firefighters, she took five-year-old Carver shopping to buy groceries and other supplies they thought the firefighters could use.
While shopping, Carver’s eyes fixated on a Baby Yoda doll in the toy aisle.
A few days later, Tyler Eubanks, who runs the charity drive, told Tinning how much the firefighters loved the doll.
The firefighters now bring Baby Yoda on all their calls and document his travels in a Facebook group.