Caroline Collins, who works as a school janitor, is used to coming to school before the children arrive.
But one day, Collins discovered that she was not the first to come to school. Several children were already in the school building. This surprised the janitor.
She asked the children why they had come so early. However, they only looked at her in disbelief and remained silent.
Caroline soon nevertheless found out the reason for such an early appearance of children in school. And this reason shocked the woman. The kids had nowhere to go. They were homeless.
She decided to help the students. At her own expense, she bought the necessary things: clothes, hygiene products, food. Homeless children received everything they needed from Caroline. For storage, she equipped a utility room.
Teachers soon joined the idea of the janitor. Collins asked them to keep a close eye on the students. Whoever wears the same clothes and looks depressed. All these guys most likely do not have a home and live on the street.
The woman knew that not all homeless people go to her for help. Some are just shy. Therefore, on a tip from teachers, she herself approached such children and offered help.
In the course of four years, Mrs. Collins’ “giving closet” was used by twenty children. The students were just crazy about Caroline. For her kindness, they were ready to carry her in their arms.
Sooner or later, the public will learn about a good deed. So it happened with the story of Caroline Collins. When they learned about her act in the city, businessmen began to donate thousands of dollars to the “giving closet”.
Caroline was invited to television, where she talked about how she helps children. She also reported that several years ago she had lost her son during a robbery of a store. She transferred all her unspent love to the unfortunate homeless children.
Now, at the school where she works, things are going just fine with the “giving closet”.
After one of the TV shows, Caroline was presented with 50 thousand dollars. All this money went to the purchase of the necessary for poor children.