Woman raises more than $40000 for charitable homeless man in Pennsylvania

Woman raises more than $40000 for charitable homeless man in Pennsylvania

Woman raises more than $40000 for charitable homeless man in Pennsylvania

The man had used his last $20 to purchase gas for the woman and told her that she didn't have to repay him.

"I wish that I could do more for this selfless man, who went out of his way just to help me that day", she wrote on the GoFundMe campaign which is named 'Paying It Forward.' "Truly believe that all Johnny needs is one little break".

Wanting to do more to repay the selfless act of kindness, Kate set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for Johnny - and it has raised almost $115,000 (£86,448) so far. I got nobody to blame but myself, ' " D'Amico told the Inquirer, adding later: "He knows where he's at and he knows what he has to do to dig himself out". "I mean, it really feels good".

She wrote that she would like to use the funds to help him rent an apartment, get a reliable vehicle and cover four to six months' worth of expenses. Bobbitt appeared to be elated by the article and the donations that McClure and D'Amico told him were flooding in. Each time she's stopped by with her boyfriend, Mark D'Amico, they've learned a bit more about Johnny's story, and become humbled by his gratitude.

"I pulled over as far as I could, and got out of the auto to head to the nearest gas station".

According to the report McClure, who works for the New Jersey Department of Transportation, said, "My heart was beating out of my chest".

"God, that's unbelievable. Damn, y'all did all that".

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And now, the couple are enjoying making him happy.

"People talk about Philly..." "I've honestly met more good people than bad", he said of his time in Philadelphia.

"When I still look at (the GoFundMe), it blows my mind", McClure said.

On Wednesday night, the couple checked Bobbitt into a hotel.

"The whole game changed in the last 24 to 48 hours". The very next day, both McClure and D'Amico drove to the same area and thanked Bobbitt Jr. again and repaid the money.

"His dreams aren't champagne and caviar", D'Amico said.

After moving around the country for a time, he came to Philadelphia a year ago with a job lined up and some money to buy a truck.

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