It’s truly amazing when an entire community decides to work together to help someone in need. An elderly McDonald’s worker has just received $69,000 in online donations to help pay for his debts. It’s an incredible show of generosity that happened just two months after the employee’s wife passed away in the same restaurant he’s worked in for 40 years.
Wendall Gill has been making customers smile at the McDonald’s in Lexington, Kentucky for several years. Unfortunately, the 85-year-old worker was hit with tragedy in September. Gill’s wife Della visited him at the restaurant so they could eat lunch together. Della went to the bathroom, where she suffered an aneurysm and passed away. Now Gill’s customers are the ones who are working to bring his smile back.
This man is helping his elderly friend in the best way possible.
Todd Oldfield has been friends with Gill for a long time. When tragedy hit, Oldfield decided to set up an online fundraiser for the elderly McDonald’s worker. This would help support Gill and the two adult special needs grandsons he and Della have been caring for.
“He had a lot of expenses that he was dealing with, especially being that he can’t work full-time now because he’s got his two sweet boys to take care of. I wanted to pay off his van so he’d be able to drive his boys around,” Oldfield said.
The GoFundMe has collected $69,000 in only 10 days. It was clear that people were eager to help Gill after he had made them smile for several decades.
Gill’s grandsons enjoy a meal at McDonald’s.
Gill clearly appreciated Oldfield’s efforts and the donations from the community. He has since made his final payment on his Jeep. Gill intends to use the rest of the donations to settle his other debts.
Although Gill’s story began with a tragedy, there is little doubt that he can persevere with the help of his friends. Hopefully, the elderly restaurant worker finally has enough to enjoy retirement and spend more time with his grandsons.
Woman Blocks Black Man From Entering His Own Apartment, Gets Fired From Job
“To be a black man in America, and come home.”
After BBQ Becky, Permit Patrol, and Pool Patrol Paula, another instance of a person of color getting unfairly targeted and harassed for simply living their lives have made headlines recently. Apparently, a black Missouri man was literally blocked from his own apartment building by a white fellow resident who refused to believe he also lived there.
D’Arreion Toles, who took and posted the now-viral video on Facebook, shared his dismay in the situation. After learning about the incident, the company that the woman worked for has immediately terminated her.
Guy Pets His Dog Everywhere He Travels And It’s Better Than #FollowMeTo Photos
“The best dog that changed my life forever.”
You've probably seen those #FollowMeTo photos where women lead their boyfriends into gorgeous landscapes. However, one guy decided to give the Instagram trend his own awesome spin. The photographer posts amazing pictures of his adorable dog instead of a beautiful girl.
Honza Řeháček is a freelance photographer based in Czechia who loves the outdoors. Because of his constant travels, he regularly takes stunning photos of his adventures and makes sure he brings his beloved wolfdog Sitka. Not surprisingly, Sitka's gorgeous pictures have become an internet hit.
Meet Sitka, the magnificent wolfdog who will make you want to bring your pet on your next vacation.
10 Tricks To Help You Spend Less While Shopping
Ater doing from #1-#9, #10 makes sense.
We’ve all been in this situation before: We go to the mall to buy one specific thing, and we end up buying ten more items that we don’t need. It’s quite easy to see that a shopping mall is a trap that we keep falling for over and over again.
Fortunately, there are certain ways that we can control ourselves from impulsive buying. Here are ten tricks to help you shop less.
1. Wear high-heeled shoes when you shop