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Stranger On A Train Pays Distraught Woman's Electric Bill Over The Phone

Stranger On A Train Pays Distraught Woman's Electric Bill Over The Phone

An act of kindness by a stranger on a train has spurred a young woman to recount his goodwill on social media and the Israeli public has responded with utter joy.  According to a Facebook post by Daniel Danino, a woman on the train was in tears begging the Israel Electric Company to be considerate about her family's circumstances and reconnect their electricity despite an outstanding debt of nearly $500. A man sitting nearby overheard the distraught young woman pleading with the electric company and not only offered to pay the bill, but gave the electric company his credit-card information...


Pa. Man Who Gives Free Haircuts to the Homeless Receives Free Barbershop From Stranger

Pa. Man Who Gives Free Haircuts to the Homeless Receives Free Barbershop From Stranger

Winter is approaching and, with it, all the difficult weather conditions that often apply. Because of that, one kindhearted Philadelphia man thought that he would have to temporarily give up his mission of giving free haircuts to the homeless—that is, until one equally kindhearted stranger stepped in and gave him a relatively new barbershop. For free. According to WTXF-TV, Sean Johnson heard about Brennon Jones’ widely publicized haircut mission and decided he wanted to be a part of the “Haircuts 4 the Homeless” operation.  “When I found out, well, I need to be part of that. I need to see...


130K meals and counting: How chef José Andrés is feeding hurricane victims in Puerto Rico

130K meals and counting: How chef José Andrés is feeding hurricane victims in Puerto Rico

Tracy Saelinger TODAY Chefs are seriously stepping up in the wake of tragedy this week. Just days after restaurants jumped to feed victims and responders in Las Vegas, word comes out that celebrated chef José Andrés is on the ground in Puerto Rico, getting meals to those displaced by hurricane Maria. Working out of school cafeterias, food trucks, sporting arenas and other borrowed spaces, Andrés and his legions of helpers have already prepared more than 130,000 meals in areas including San Juan, Cataño and Ponce, a spokesperson for the chef told TODAY Food. On the ground in Puerto Rico, chef Jose Andres aims to...


Rookie Quarterback Gives First NFL Check To 3 Cafeteria Workers

Rookie Quarterback Gives First NFL Check To 3 Cafeteria Workers

Rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson of the Houston Texans gave his first NFL paycheck to three cafeteria workers who had lost everything during Hurricane Harvey. Watson surprised the NRG Stadium employees by handing over his first NFL game check, worth about $28,000, to help them get back on their feet after sustaining substantial damage to their cars and homes from the hurricane. In a video posted by the Houston Texans, Watson is seen distributing three envelopes with ribbons on them to three women who work in the team's cafeteria. "For what you all do for us every day and never complain,...

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