Helping a customer in need

I work at Dunkin’ Donuts and we often get this customer who comes in often and talks with us (he usually comes at night so he tends to chat with us for 30 mins or so). He’s 69 years old and lives two hours from his home. And his wife passed away not long ago. He always tells us about how they thought they’d make it to their 70’s together. Sadly that’s not the case here, his wife has physical health problems along with the doctors they went to did not treat them properly and didn’t give the needed care when it should’ve been given therefore ending sadly with the wife’s death. He says how scared she was but didn’t want help and it didn’t get better. As well with the fact he himself was physically in need of help and was not taken proper fare of ending in a stroke.As I am thankful he mad it of that rather well physically and verbally. He is alone away from home and since the virus happened can’t get much further in her funeral plans along with day-to-day life. He doesn’t have many to go to for money and I do not have the money to donate to him as I recently started working. As you read I’d like to say thank you for reading to this point and to have a great day. And if you can donate any amount of money little bit is overall very much appreciate I am very sorry I do not have a photo of the gentlemen as that wasn’t proper to ask of him so thank you for your time good day.
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