Last month, Evelyn Topper lost her wallet at a coffee shop in San Rafael, California. Somehow, some way, that wallet ended up in a dumpster -- which was found by a homeless man named Sean Curry.
Well, Sean ended up tracking down Evelyn to make sure she got her wallet back.
Evelyn and her 12-year-old granddaughter were so touched by the efforts Sean took -- and the situation Sean was in -- that they started a GoFundMe campaign to help him out. The campaign was a huge success.
Amazingly, more than $50,000 has been raised so that Sean, who has been living inside his SUV, can find a home. The money is also being used to build shelters for others who are dealing with homelessness.
All this fundraising and charity was unexpected, but it happened anyway, simply because Sean wanted to do the right thing -- and return a wallet to a stranger. (The Mercury News)