Isaiah Torres, Jasmine Saenz and Stephan Torres dress as superheroes to cheer up kids around Pearland during the coronavirus pandemic. We provide a little change of pace and something different. They visit local kids for chat hour distanced, front-yard visits where they engage with children either for a birthday or a special event. The twins stumbled upon the idea when their younger brother Elijah, 9, who has autism, saw his baseball season canceled because of the coronavirus.
Escort in savannah mom, Lynn Torres, said that Elijah was really disappointed. The twins suited up, made a poster and decorated their car. When they came up to the house where the party was occurring, Isaiah Torres popped out of the window in costume to the delight of everyone.
The twins and Saenz — who asked to be a part of the effort after hearing what they were doing — have made about visits, including to kids they see when they conduct their weekly subdivision food drives.
The three teens have collected over 4, pounds of food classifued donation. Their story has been covered by news media including The Washington Post.
But the best measure of success is the reaction of the children they meet. Most Popular.