7-eleven Owner Gives Hungry Shoplifter Food Instead Of Calling Cops

A 7-Eleven owner who caught a teen stealing snacks didn’t call the cops on him, and instead sent him home with even more food. The kid admitted he took food only because he and his younger brother were hungry and had nothing to eat. The owner told the kid, “This is not food. You want food? I’ll give you food.” And then he told him to go get pizzas, chicken, sandwiches, fruit, and meals from the shelves so he could take bags of real food home - all free of charge. 13 ABC


This Good Stuff comes from Tim on FB: The Phoenix school district has an on going fundraiser called Scrap For the Arts. They take any or all scrap metals, which they turn in to support their arts programs, like marching band and color guard. Over the past 5 years they’ve raised over 40k... all from scrap! Check out Scrap for the Arts on Facebook if you want to help out! More here: Facebook

Happy birthday, Binghamton! The city turned 152-years-old yesterday. New businesses, events, restaurants and the architecture have a lot of people excited about the city and it’s future. WBNG

A big win for parents and advocates for special education in Monroe County. Lawmakers have increased the reimbursement rates for preschool special education service providers. The rates have not been increased in 10 years. 13WHAM

A dad created bed sheets that have games on them for kids in the hospital. Kevin Gatlin was inspired to create Playtime Edventures because his wife used to play games on his son’s bed. Now hospitals across the country use them in kids’ rooms. Parents can buy them for their own kids, too. Good News Network

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