Noah Pozner, one of the 6-year-old victims of the Sandy Hook School shooting, will be buried today in Newtown, Connecticut. The little boy will be surrounded by friends and family, and thanks to JetBlue, his coffin will be filled with love letters from relatives who couldn’t make the cross country trip.
After the shooting, Noah’s parents asked the little boy’s aunt, Veronica, to start collecting letters from anyone who wouldn’t be able to make the trip to Connecticut.
Veronica collected the farewell letters but since it was a Sunday and Noah’s funeral was the following morning, Veronica had no way of getting the letters across the country.
MSN reports that the Seattle mom started contacting various airlines to see if they could make a special delivery. Within minutes, JetBlue wrote her back saying that they would be happy to help out.
JetBlue wrote: “It’s the least we can do to help a family that’s been so tragically affected … We’re honored to do it.”
Veronica also posted an image of the note that her own 6-year-old son wrote to Noah Pozner.