I love giving back to the community and help families that are less fortunate than me. Today i read a really great article about a truck driver that collects all his tips and buys clothes and gives them to homeless people. One winter Daniel Sadler the temperature dropped below 10 degrees and immediately he took his 40 dollars in tips that he made that day and went out and bought scarfs and handed them out to the homeless that were freezing. This story of this man Daniel Sadler who doesn't even have a lot for himself still finds a way to Give back. You don't need a lot of money to give back No matter how much money it is it will make a difference you can give someone 50 cents and they are able to buy a soda and they will still be grateful. It's not the amount of money you give back it the fact that you're giving back any amount of money can help someone in need. This story remind me of the time me and my mom went to mcdonalds and bought 35 hamburgers from mcdonalds and we drove down the streets and handed out hamburgers to the homeless and every time we handed one out it makes these peoples day and they were so grateful for just one burger that some people take for granted. Some of these people were so humble that they would not even take it and we literally had to toss it at them and drive away so that they would take the food. And the day in my life really changed my whole life it made me realize to take nothing for granted and always be grateful for what you have and always try and give back to the less fortunate people in this world.