Generous Tippers Are Making Life Easier For Workers In Need This Christmas

The holidays are especially hard for low-income families, and when you are a single parent or student trying to make it in the world as a server in a restaurant, you know every little bit counts this time of year.

Even though it gets busier, and people get crankier, servers will go above and beyond to try and make your experience as good as it can be to have some extra cash for their families over the holiday season.

Some altruistic customers have noticed this trend, and have shown their appreciation with huge payouts, just in time for Christmas. And some of these tips have been extraordinarily generous.

Kay-Dene Lewis is a student at a TGI Fridays in Massachusetts, and she was doing her best to make sure all the customers in her section of the restaurant were being looked after. One particular family of four felt she had done an especially good job, so left her a tip she wouldn’t forget any time soon.

“It was the biggest tip I have ever had,” Lewis said. “I am so grateful.”

When one patron overheard that Ben Millar was working extra hard to get him and his eight-month pregnant girlfriend home to Ireland for the holidays, he knew what he had to do.

His girlfriend said there was no one else who deserved it more. “I think it’s a blessing and it couldn’t have happened to a better guy than him. He works really hard,” she said.

At nine-months pregnant, Sarah Clark had some heavy expectations on her for the holidays. Her baby was due any week, and her boyfriend was in need of knee surgery, and with the holidays upon her, it just didn’t seem manageable.

She was blown away when a couple decided to do what they could for the struggling soon-to-be mother. The text reads: “This is God’s money – he gave it to us so we could give it to you. God Bless.”

It seems these two states are known for their generosity, because these weren’t even the highest donations this year…

Tags: christmas, holidays, food, generosity, uplifting, kindness

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