Minnesota boy, 12, uses popcorn sale money to buy toys for kids in need

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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.

His goal is to someday buy presents for every foster child in his state.

See Jonathan on his shopping spree by watching the video from KARE.