Children at a Colorado Goodwill were allowed to each take home one toy for free Saturday after a man had walked into the store and purchased the entire kids section earlier that day.
“Attention kids, today only you can take home one toy for free,” store manager Todd Wakefield said over the loudspeaker, according to The Coloradoean.
Earlier that day, an anonymous man walked into the store and wrote a check for an undisclosed amount to buy all the items in the kid's store.
“We applaud this gentleman, and all of our donors and supporters at the holidays and all year long,” Goodwill director of public relations Vanessa Clark said, according to The Coloradoean.
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