Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Member Donates Contents of Childhood Piggy Bank To Pet Posse
By Wayne Ivey, Brevard County Sheriff // January 8, 2017
Rachel Moretto makes a very heartfelt donation
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Rachel Moretto, who is a member of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Corrections Team, recently made a very heartfelt donation to the Sheriff’s Pet Posse when she donated the contents of a piggy bank she had been saving in since she was 13-years old.
When Rachel was 13-years old, like many of us, she got a clear plastic piggy bank to start saving money by depositing her loose change.
Rachel had maintained the piggy bank into adulthood and as 2017 rolled around she wanted to do something that might inspire others to donate money to the charity of their choice.
Rachel thought that an easy and simple way to give back to your community is to just collect change, coin by coin, to make a difference. Even though one coin is quite small by itself, together, many coins make a large difference.
Since animals have and always will be very important to Rachel she decided to start the New Year off right by donating her piggy bank and it’s contents to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Pet Posse.
Rachel hopes that others will follow in her footsteps and donate their change or whatever they can to one of the many great charities that operate in Brevard County.
Rachel who is a graduate of UCF wants to one day serve our citizens as a Deputy Sheriff which has been a longtime goal. I could not be more proud of her for all she does for our agency and for her compassion to help others in a time of need.
Please join me in thanking Rachel for her incredible gift from the heart and for doing everything she can to make a difference!
– Sheriff Wayne Ivey
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