CHARLESTON, S.C. ( WCIV) -A little woman is making a big difference in the Lowcountry. Simply days before her 5th birthday, she told her moms and dads she didn't want any presents this year.
Instead, she wished to offer back.Davis Trager turned 5 Monday. She goes to Mason Preparatory School. Her school mascot is a knight, and being like a knight is important to Davis. "Due to the fact that I like being good.
At my school it's called being a good knight,"Davis said.But this knight takes being great
to the next level. Her mother, Kelly Trager, says she is so happy with her daughter."We were getting back from school one day, she had a school assembly and she informed us rather of getting presents, she desired to assist more people get food,"Kelly said.Davis 'mother called the Lowcountry Food Bank and established the birthday food drive.
"They told us they have the brand-new program called Events for a Cause, and it was a perfect thing," said Kelly.It was a best method for Davis to make a difference. "I desire increasingly more individuals to have sufficient food for their life,"Davis said."Few 5-year-olds would give up their birthday
presents to get food for other individuals, however Davis did,"her mother said.So far, they've raised more than$600 for the Lowcountry Food Bank. The food drive will go through the end of this week.If you want to drop off any donations for Davis'birthday food drive, you can go to 290 King St. or, to make a donation online, click on this link.