10-year-old Max was walking through a West Memphis neighborhood when a large group of people stopped him cold.
It was a group of mourners. They were paying tribute to an 18-year-old named Brent Price, who tragically passed away in a horrible car accident. And this was his memorial service.
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Max innocently asked what the service was for. And as soon as he found out, he knew he had to pick up something from home to bring back to them.
It was his $3 of savings from his piggy bank, along with loose change from his mother's purse. He presented his gift to the mourners, but realized it wouldn't be enough. Before the people at the service knew what was happening, Max had returned once again with $20--which he was originally going to use to save up for a guitar.
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Brent's friends and family were so grateful for the kind act that it inspired others to donate, and captured the attention of local news cameras.
As if that weren't amazing enough, a "watchful stranger" named Don was so moved by Max's gesture that he decided to gift the young boy with a guitar to repay him for the selfless deed.
via Faith It