Richard Newberry owns Spooner’s Tires and Auto in St. Petersburg, Fla., and he kept seeing a sad woman, Ernestina Nunez, walking by his place every morning. So, he finally talked to her and found out that she had just moved to town after her son had killed himself. Her son, Daniel, had served in the Marines and was suffering from PTSD. Nunez got a job working as a custodian at a school near Newberry's shop. Newberry decided he wanted to help, so at first he offered to sell her a car for $600. When she turned it down, he lowered the price to $300-$400, but she said she couldn't afford that either. So, Newberry decided to helped Nunez out and offered her the car for free. What an awesome gesture!

And as if that wasn't enough, Newberry also started a GoFundMe for Nunez to help her get back on her feet.