Allen Marshall of Detroit, Michigan, had been saving money for something nice – but all that changed. Allen decided that in these times, the best thing he could do with that money was to help others. So instead of using his $900 of savings on something for himself, he used it to buy gas for nurses.
Allen went so far as to stand near the Detroit Medical Center Hospital with a sign that read, “Free gas for nurses.”
Once Allen’s savings had run out, he flipped his sign over so it read, “Thank you for all that you do.”
But it didn't stop there. A woman named Alana heard what Allen was doing and wanted to help out. She gave him another $200.