9-Year-old Gives Up $300 Xbox to Buy Blankets For Homeless So Microsoft Sends Him One for Free
A 9-year-old boy from Beachwood, Ohio, has learned that those who give selflessly often receive unexpectedly. Mikah Frye already knew he would be getting a $300 Xbox this year for Christmas. He then figured that, at $10 a blanket, he could buy 30 blankets instead of getting an Xbox – so instead of accepting the game system, he chose to buy the blankets instead. Good for you Mikah! For more click here.
Officer Surprises Boy Who Calls Police Over His Fear That the Grinch Will Steal Christmas
TyLon Pittman was not about to let the Grinch steal Christmas – so he did exactly what kids are supposed to do for emergencies: call 911! When Officer Lauren Develle heard about the youngster’s worry, she couldn’t resist stopping by his house to reassure him. For more Click here.
Young People Are More Savvy and Generous Toward Charities Than Any Other Age Group
Whoever keeps claiming that millennials are lazy self-centered needs to do their research, because this new study shows that young people are actually smarter and more generous than their older peers. According to a recent survey done in the UK, youths gave an average of $42 to charity during the holiday season – which was more than their older counterparts. For more click here.
Walmart Clerk Saves Grandfather’s Christmas From Almost Being Scammed Away
If it had not been for the sharp instincts of a Walmart employee, another unsuspecting senior may have been conned out of their savings because of a cleverly executed scam. When Cecil Rodgers of Cincinnati, Ohio rushed to Walmart to send $2,300 to his grandson who was supposedly in jail in need of bail money, this Walmart employee stepped in and saved this senior’s Christmas! For more click here.