On Dec. 9 Evelyn Topper had just finished buying a chai soy latte for herself and a boba tea for her soon-to-be 12-year-old granddaughter, Mikayla Gounard. She can be seen placing her wallet in her jacket pocket but not zippering it up. Her wallet fell out of her pocket, which had every credit, debit, and medicare card.
She was distraught and didn't know what to do that night.
The next day she got a man named Sean Currey, he had her wallet. Sean is homeless, and had been looking through the dumpster behind the coffee shop when he found Topper's wallet. Currey called Topper to arrange the return of the wallet.
"I did it because I got a heart," Currey said. "That's the way I was brought up."
That's not all.
Evelyn's granddaughter. Mikayla Gounard, birthday was coming up. She was planning on asking friends for a donation rather than a gift but hadn't decided on whom to give the money to.
So, when her guests pulled up for her celebration, there were balloons and party favors, but there was also a picture of Currey and a basket for donations.
Gounard ended up raising hundreds of dollars. She and her mother met Currey the next day to give him the cash.
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