Kenji Nakayama and Christopher Hope buy signs from homeless people in the Boston area for $10 and give them a new hand-painted sign in its place. They also share the stories of these people on their Tumblr Signs for the Homeless to raise awareness.
Almost one year ago we told you about the family of Aaron Collins, who were trying to respect his final wishes by giving a "$500 on a f------ pizza"-type of tip to a waiter or waitress. The Collins family did so, and that one tip has turned into so much more.
Here at TheFW, we’re big fans of paying it forward. Random acts of kindness can go a long way, especially in a society that’s riddled with hilarious fails and pranks. (Just kidding—that stuff is all in good fun.)
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