Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

A Photographer And Some Police Officers Helped Children Live Their Dreams.

The cops who participated in the photo shoot also posted the photos on Facebook too.

They also wrote that "We were honored to help these kids have a day that they will remember forever!" With all the crime that goes on in the city, it's refreshing to see such a pleasant display of human kindness.

The cops who participated in the photo shoot also posted the photos on Facebook too.

Glass Crown Photography

Each child got the chance to get behind the wheel of a police cruiser and live out their fantasy.

It really wasn't difficult to make a difference in the lives of these kids. All Carrie had to do was appeal to the one dream they wanted above all else, which was to patrol the streets and keep the city safe, even if it was just for pretend.

The Rapid City Police Department really came through for Carrie and the kids in a big way.

They officers participated in a photoshoot with 13-year-old Zane, who has Down Syndrome, 7-year-old Elliott, who has bilateral clubfoot, a coloboma in his left eye, and 4 dead spots in his brain, and cerebral palsy, and 11-year-old Owen, who has Angelman Syndrome.

Carrie is hopeful that this gesture will go a long way to bringing a little happiness to special needs kids.

For Zane, Elliot, and Owen, this experience meant the world to them and thanks to her Glass Crown Photography page on Facebook, others can see how easy it is to make a difference in the lives of these children.

Source: Love What Really Matters

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