A Detroit man is being praised for his giving during the coronavirus outbreak. Allen Marshall was saving up money to purchase a knife sharpening tool decided to put that money toward doing good in his community. He spent $900 of his own money to fill the gas tanks of between 50 and 80 vehicles for nurses and doctors - all medical workers on the hospital's front lines. Well, as you probably figured, the money ran out.
A woman that was only identified as Alana, found out what Allen was doing and contributed $200 of her own money for his cause. So, it's proof that with a random act of kindness even more can spawn off of it if you give it a chance.