The Lakehill Preparatory School family tuned into the Steve Harvey Show this week to see Lakehill sixth grader Charlie Borowczak honored as a "Harvey's Hero."
Charlie has been adopting angels through the Salvation Army's program since he was just six years old, and he has been dedicated to it ever since. Charlie does "odd jobs" throughout the year, such as pet sitting, vacuuming, and cleaning windows, saving all of the money he earns. This year, Charlie will sponsor 23 angels, his largest number yet. He has even enlisted the help of friends and family to help shop for the angels.
Several organizations have taken note of Charlie's efforts. The Rotary Club presented him with the Service Above Self Award last year. This year, Charlie was flown to Chicago to be honored on the Steve Harvey Show. Before presenting Charlie with a personalized Harvey's Heroes jacket, Steve Harvey told Charlie, "I think you're going to be a great leader one day, because the greatest leaders in our time have been greater servants."