Boy Superhero in a Cape Helps Detroit’s Homeless

Boy Superhero in a Cape Helps Detroit’s Homeless

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Last May, an adorable boy with red curly hair told his mom that when he was a teenager he wanted to dress up like a superhero and bring food and clothes to homeless people in Detroit.

His mom told seven year-old Ewan Drum that he didn’t have to wait. Why not start now?

That was the beginning of a Super Ewan, Inc, a non-profit dedicated to super adventures of helping the homeless.

Ewan-superhero-bow-tie-SuperEwanIncEvery month on the fourth Saturday, Ewan pulls a red cape over his jacket and takes cases of water and nutritious lunches, along with bags of winter clothes to Roosevelt Park in Detroit.

The beautiful charity effort now involves others in the community, like the Boy Scouts, who have collected food, and families who want to help pass out the goodies.

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“Ewan has always had a big heart,” said his mother, Angela Drum, who operates the non-profit, organizes donations and volunteers, and also cares for Ewan’s two younger siblings.

When he’s not saving the world or sorting donations, Ewan enjoys playing video games, writing stories, practicing his trumpet and riding his mini bike around his hometown of New Haven.

Ewan says doing it makes him feel happy. The strangers who meet him in the park say Ewan makes them happy.

(WATCH the video below or READ the story from Detroit Free Press)

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