After a homeless man returns her grandmother’s wallet to her, the 12-year-old decides to pay it forward

As Sean Currey was digging in the trash can of behind coffee shop in quest of lunch, he came upon the wallet. While he was persuaded by friends to utilize the credit cards, he eventually took the choice to identify the owners and return it directly.

Evelyn and Sean met in a parking lot outside a shopping mall where he is now living out of his vehicle. As a token of her gratitude, Evelyn gave the man a monetary gift and recounted the ‘Mitzvah’ her granddaughter had just experienced.

Mikayla and her family chose to donate to Sean’s cause as part of her drive-by birthday celebration, which happened to be a fundraiser. With Sean’s consent, a picture was propped up alongside a cash bowl to bring notice of the problem.

Mikayla managed to raise $475 at the end of it all. Mikayla was pleased to see him smiling, and Sean was moved by Mikayla’s willingness to provide a hand despite her youth. But individuals continued to inquire as to how they might assist the family.

To assist get Sean Currey off the streets, Mikayla and her mom, Vanessa Topper, started a GoFundMe campaign. Despite being a handyman, the pandemic had left him without a place to stay for the first time in his life.

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After a homeless man returns her grandmother’s wallet to her, the 12-year-old decides to pay it forward
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