An Alaska woman’s act of kindness helps a struggling man get back on his feet. On her Facebook page, Kenyada Waters explains how when she passed a man standing on the side of the road holding a sign, she knew she needed to help. At first, Waters was going to offer the man some small odd jobs at her business, but then she realized she could help out more.
The man explained to her that he was stuck in a vicious cycle since his cell phone had been cut off after losing his job as a tree climber. He could apply for jobs, but had no way to know when, or if he was being contacted by them. So Waters took the man to the AT&T store and paid his cell phone bill for the next 2 months.
On her Facebook page, Waters explained that the man, who said he had applied to over 20 jobs, was so grateful that he cried in the store. Then, as the two were eating lunch, Waters said he got a text from one of the jobs he had applied to, saying in the next few weeks they may have a spot for him. Read More…
An excerpt from The SF Globe
May 14, 2016
By: Cate Misczuk