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His Wage At Walmart is Quite Small But I Admire What He Does Every Payday





There’s an old adage that says it’s better to give than to receive, which, in my opinion is true. The feeling of contentment and that sense of accomplishment when you see the joy and gratitude in the eyes of the person who you just shared your blessings with is enough to justify the sacrifices you just made. Be it for a loved one or a complete stranger, what matters most is the thought of sharing your blessings, no matter how big or small.

Perhaps this is what’s running through the mind of 18-year-old Kristopher Hudson, who works in a Walmart outlet in Arkansas for the summer. He plans to use the money he earns for his college fund and personal expenses, yet for each paycheck he receives, he sets aside a few dollars to buy school supplies for less fortunate kids.

Kristopher Hudson, 18, buys and donates school supplies for less fortunate students every paycheck.

The Walmart store where he works has a box meant for collecting school supplies for children who can’t afford them – and this is where Kristopher drops off the crayons, paper, pencils, and other supplies he buys each payday.

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He obviously needs the money as much as the kids do, yet he sacrifices his own necessities for the children he doesn’t even know. Truly a kind and exemplary young man indeed.

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