Minnesota boy, 12, uses popcorn sale money to buy toys for kids in need
Anyone who suggests selling Boy Scout popcorn is easy, should spend a day with Jonathan Werner.
Jonathan, 12, knows sales.
Working an eight-county territory, that’s a lot of popcorn.
However, he’s recently raised $56,396, beating last year’s $46,194 by a mile.
He then took money he made from the popcorn sales, and used it to buy presents for people in a domestic violence shelter, and for every foster child in four counties – and part of a fifth. He still had money left over.