This man named Jorge Munoz who is paying it forward every single day in a major way. He says: "I'll help anyone who needs to eat. Just line up ... When I see these guys on the street, ... it's like seeing me, 20-something years go when I came to this country."
Jorge works as a bus driver during the daytime and then takes a double shift cooking for hundreds of people on his old stove. He then goes to a corner in Queens, New York and offers the food to anyone who accepts.
When no one showed up for this little boy's birthday party, local firefighters and officers came to the rescue.
The boy's mother had posted on Facebook about the lack of attendance and not long after, the party was full. Local children showed up as well. This is a picture of one firefighter named John Buratti and the birthday boy. John captioned the photo with a smiley emoticon and "Feeling grateful."
Every Sunday, this barber offers free haircuts to the homeless people of New York.
Mark Bustos works in his barber shop the other six days of the week.
This animal lover risked his life to save a cat caught in a boa constrictor's wrath.
He didn't think twice about it either.
This Kenyan elite runner helps out a dehydrated Chinese runner during the race.
She sacrificed her spot in first and lost the chance at the $10, 000 prize. This kind of kindness is amazing to see.
These window washers at a children's hospital decided to take their jobs to superhero heights by dressing up.
This man jumped into a freezing river to this dog.
Look at them now! The rescuer has since adopted this dog.
At a St. Petersburg Starbucks in 2014, a chain reaction of "paying it forward" started at seven in the morning with a Caramel Macchiato.
By the day's end, there had been 378 people at that Starbucks who "paid it forward."
A complete stranger paid $10, 000 so that one lady could have a liver operation she couldn't otherwise afford.
The lady in question still doesn't know who "paid if forward." However, she is nonetheless forever grateful.
This bear got hit with a tranquilizer and ran into this water body. When the tranquilizers started to kick in, the bear got drowsy and started to drown. Thank goodness that biologist Adam Warwick was around.
He saved this 400-pound bear's life.
This 84-year-old grandmother was uncomfortable having to wear her nightgown in front of her family. She apologized and her grandson immediately told her it was nothing to apologize for and that actually, the nightgown looked rather cozy.
She then offered him one. This is the photo that ensued:
This awesome coworker kick-starting Random Acts Of KindnessWeek with donuts.
Spreading sugar and spreading kindness is basically the same thing right?
During the day, he's a regular 20-something bartender. By night, he's "The Birmingham Spider-Man."
He dresses up and delivers food to the homeless in his local area.
This firefighter extended his services to all species in a heartwarming photo of him giving oxygen to this little kitten.
For this firefighter, kindness knows no bounds.
When this beloved 45-year-old Costco employee was diagnosed with terminal bone cancer and given just two years to live, customers did something amazing to honor him.
They showed up as Arlie's Angels and gave Arlie a collective $2,500 to take him and his wife on a four night getaway in Laguna Beach.
This Wendy's employee took his customer service to new heights by holding an umbrella over this elderly patron leaving the store.
Quality certainly is their recipe!
This officer talked this man out of committing suicide. The man went on to have two children and a wonderful life.
He was grateful to the officer. Just eight years after the bridge incident, the man presented the officer with an award at The American Foundation of Suicide recognizing his successful efforts.
This little girl honored her late grandmother by performing 600 acts of kindness in one year.
Her project started with the goal of 60 acts of kindness to honor what would have been her late grandmother's 60th birthday. She met that goal and was inspired to continue. Kindness breeds more kindness. You can follow her Instagram account to see her acts of kindness.
An elderly man suffered a heart attack while snow from his wintry driveway. Paramedics rushed the man to the hospital.
Then, they returned to quickly finish shoveling his driveway.