Man installs 'blessing box' on front lawn to help struggling families

Man installs 'blessing box' on front lawn to help struggling families

A man has warmed the hearts of internet users after it was revealed he built a 'blessing box' filled with pantry items to help struggling families.

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Roman Espinoza - who hails from Watertown, New York - has inspired social media users across the globe with his kind initiative.

The kind man built a pantry on his front law with the hope that people would put in items or take what they need, Briefly.co.za learned.

Good Things Guy reported Espinoza told CNN that the blessing box is open 24 hours, seven days a week and he hopes that it inspires others.

The initiative was applauded on social media and internet users hailed Espinoza a hero.

Kisha Riley commented: "What a novel idea! God bless him!"
Kathi Tomeny added: "I want to know this great man!"
Olagbegi Tobi Michael said: "I will do this in my life time by God's Grace."

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Man installs 'blessing box' on front lawn to help struggling families

Man installs 'blessing box' on front lawn to help struggling families. Photo credit: Country 106.7/Facebook.
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Meanwhile, a while ago, Johan Scott, a retired policeman from Heidelberg, started a vegetable garden on his pavement after his cauliflower was stolen.

He realised there were hungry people in his neighbourhood and decided to plant the vegetables to feed the needy.

"It makes my heart happy when I see people eating my vegetables. That is why I planted this, because the people are hungry, they need this," he said.
Man installs 'blessing box' on front lawn to help struggling families

Johan Scott. Photo credit: Elizabeth Sejake/RapportWeb.
Source: Facebook

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