When Daniel Sadler, a tow truck driver from Kernersville, North Carolina, saw a program about the freezing temperatures and the homeless population struggling to survive through it, he decided to lend a helping hand.
Using the tips, he receives on various tow jobs, Sadler pays it forward to the homeless population in his hometown, providing them with anything from hats and gloves to bottles of water. “You don’t need to be wealthy to help anybody. You can help somebody with 50 cents. You can help somebody buy a soda—anything helps,” he told the Huffington Post.