KANSAS (CBS) — A boy in Kansas is melting hearts as he thanks his local police.

Six-year-old Oliver Davis set up a doughnut stand for the men and women he calls his superheroes.

READ MORE: Abortion Rights Advocates Gather For Bans Off Our Bodies Protest In Philadelphia After SCOTUS Overturned Roe v. Wade

9-Year-Old Girl Spreads Love To Hurricane Irma Victims 

On Friday, he set up a stand and invited his heroes to stop by.

“I want to be nice to police officers because I’m doing a doughnut stand for police officers,” said Oliver. “I don’t need Spider-Man, Superman or Batman, I need these, guys.”

READ MORE: 11 Separate Shootings In Philadelphia Leave 2 Dead, 10 Others Injured: Police

He gave out drinks and over 100 doughnuts to the people he looks up to the most.

Video Shows California Deputy Braving Flames

He says he wants to be a police officer when he grows up.

MORE NEWS: Brandywine Valley SPCA, Other Shelters Holding Mega Adoption Event This Weekend

Oliver can’t wait to get his own uniform one day, but for now he wants to remind people to say “thank you” to their men and women in blue.