Donations Allow Homeless Man to Find a Home

Recently, states all around the United States have seen a record snowfall this year. Colorado is no exception. Colorado Springs in Colorado was hit with a shock blizzard that left many motorists and their cars stranded stated yellowpage.com.

According to the story on The Mirror, that’s when homeless man, Shelby Hudgens offered his help. He noticed the cars stalling out so he spent three hours of his time helping people push their cars up a hill. A TV News crew who were on location captured Shelby and his good deed. Shelby, 25-years-old, has been living out of his car for the past three months with his dog after the house they were living in burnt down after a fire. Shelby told the news crew that since he was in that area anyway, he might as well help everyone who needed it.

Viewer Sarah Webster decided that Shelby’s good deed deserves another. She set up a GoFundMe page for the kind-hearted man to raise funds for him to get off the streets. As of today, the donations to Shelby are over $20,000. Not only that, but he has had offers for jobs and places for him to stay. Shelby said he is overwhelmed by everyone’s kindness towards him. He plans on using the funds to get permanent housing and go back to school to become a medical assistant.

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