Panhandlers are a common sight at major intersections, but reverse panhandling? Not so much. Riley and Hermi Combs, a couple from Grandville, Mich., were in the mood to do some random acts of kindness for their community and decided to give it a shot. The two stood at an intersection in the nearby town of Wyoming over the weekend, holding a cardboard sign reading "NO, I am not Homeless. I am not Hungry. Can I give YOU a dollar?" They handed a total of $100 to strangers and, according to their family, had a blast doing it.
It's also not the first time the couple has shown their generosity to the community. "They also bought scads of 31-day bus passes and randomly handed them out. … They are so active in the Grand Rapids community and do this so often," their daughter, Ami Walker, told WOOD TV. "They're just awesome people. They do it for fun to get to know people." [Source]
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