A 9-year-old has raised nearly $80,000 to buy bulletproof vests for police dogs.

“You might be interested in this story. While many kids dream of becoming police officers when they grow up, a 9-year-old boy named Brady Snakovsky from Strongsville, Ohio, has a different goal. He’s currently focused on helping police departments by providing bulletproof vests for their K-9 officers.

Brady was inspired to start his own nonprofit organization, called Brady’s K9 Fund, when he saw a K-9 officer on his favorite police show, Live PD, without a protective vest. He asked his mom if they could buy one for the dog, but they found out that the vests were too expensive. So, they decided to raise money through a Go Fund Me campaign.

Thanks to the success of the campaign, Brady and his mom, Leah Tornabene, have raised a significant amount of money and have already donated 79 vests to various police departments, including the Mendon Police Division, which expressed their gratitude on Twitter. They even named one of their K9 officers after Brady.

If you want to learn more about Brady and his incredible mission to ensure that all K-9 officers have protective vests, you can visit his Go Fund Me page.”