After a fundraising campaign raised nearly $55,000 for a New Yorker who had just arrived in Denver and become homeless with his toddler, the pair was out feeding the hungry.
A month ago James Moss met a man on the street who recorded an interview with the newly homeless father that caused a chain reaction of generosity. Moss’s optimistic attitude in the face of hard times inspired the outpouring of donations on a GoFundMe page that was set up later by a stranger in Kansas.
Yesterday, with some time away from his new barber job, he was out handing out fruit, sandwiches, cookies and water to anyone who needed it in the city’s Civic Center Park.
“I’m just trying to make a difference,” he told KUSA-TV. “I want to let people know that there’s still people who care.”
(WATCH the video below from KUSA)