A homeless veteran broke down in tears after a stranger's act of kindness. The homeless vet approached Max Zahir, who was in his vehicle at a gas station, and asked if he had any change he could spare.
“What do you need the change for?” Zahir inquired. The homeless veteran told Max he hadn't eaten since the previous day.
Zahir told the man to hop in his car and drove him to a fast food restaurant so he could get something to eat. But that wasn't all he did for the military veteran.
Zahir then told the homeless veteran he would meet him each day in that some location and offered to buy the veteran a meal everyday until he was able to get back on his feet.
The act of kindness brought the homeless veteran to tears and he told Zahir, "Nobody's shown me this much kindness in a while. Thank you so much brother."
“It’s just a small thing,” Zahir replied. “You served this country, and you deserve better.”
The homeless vet noted, “There’s a lot of us out here, bro.”
In Zahir’s video description, he said the idea behind him posting the clip is that “not every homeless person asks for money to buy drugs” and “to raise awareness for our homeless veterans.”
Inside Edition reported that Zahir has also offered the homeless vet a job at his restaurant, Celebrities Sports Grill Yucaipa in California. The good Samaritan also started a GoFundMe page to raise money to buy sleeping bags and food for homeless veterans as winter approaches.
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