Woman Volunteers To Shop For Her Elderly Neighbors

Times of crises can bring the bad out of people. For example, some people would buy lots of toilet paper rolls and then sell them at a higher price.

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However, these same times of crises can also bring out the good in people. An example of this is Becky Hoeffler’s deed.

Becky knew that the elderly are more prone to acquire the coronavirus than young people, and so she volunteered to make the grocery runs for the elderly people in her neighborhood. She got the idea one day when she talked to her grandfather on the phone, who happened to be grocery shopping.

She was concerned for him because the elderly population is most at-risk of catching the novel coronavirus, but he lives in New Jersey so she couldn’t help out.

That’s when she got the idea to make grocery runs for her senior neighbors, in lieu of helping her grandpa.

“Am I excited that I’m probably going to get a sweet loaf of banana bread from my neighbor, Patti, because of this, yes,” the spunky Hoeffler told WNCN News. “Either way though, I think being able to help your neighbor is one of the most American things that you can do.”

More details about this wholesome news over at Good News Network.

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