Seven-year-old Patrick loves playing with Lego and has been building all kinds of police cars for the past couple of years.

A few weeks ago, Patrick’s mum, Nerida, rang Louie Naumovski from Logan House Fire Support Network to see if they could donate the Lego cars for them to be given to children at house fires who have lost everything.

“We normally donate items to Lifeline but wanted these to go to children,” Nerida said.

“He has so many and this is good to see children making something for other kids.”

Patrick said that he had spent hours building the Lego cars and his favourite thing to build is police cars.

Last month Mr Naumovski went above and beyond for Patrick and his family to thank him for his kind gesture to the community.

“We arranged for our good friends at Logan Central Queensland Police Service and Woodridge Queensland Fire and Emergency Services to join us in receiving the donations,” said Mr Naumovski.

“Patrick was joined by his brother William and sister Stephanie, and you could not wipe the smile of Patrick’s face as he was shown through the Fire Truck and Police Car as well as activating the lights and sirens.

“We in return gave them some toys and fire safety information to read when they got home and police and QFES gave them gifts too.

“We thank Patrick for his efforts to build these toys for children in need and we thank emergency services for making the day for these kids.”

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