A 5th grader’s boredom while visiting her mom’s job led to $30,000 for the elderly in need

(CNN)Ruby Kate Chitsey asked the woman in the wheelchair why she was staring intently through the glass doors. Her answer broke the fifth-grader’s heart. “It was very sad. We have a lot of dogs and I could feel her pain,” Ruby Kate told CNN. Ruby knew it cost money to get a pet sitter to bring the dog to the resident more often. Many in her hometown of 12,000 don’t have extra to spare. That encounter last summer led the little girl to think: how many other residents couldn’t afford simple things that brought them joy. She decided to do something about it. She began by writing their wishes down Ruby Kate started a project and Facebook page called “Three …