Another Walmart Act of Kindness story by a Walmart cashier in Newcastle, Oklahoma. Nick Tate, the Walmart Employee, paid the bill of a woman, with children, whose credit card wouldn't clear. The video is still shot with a Robotic Voice and it was criticized by some viewers because of that. However, we focused on the Act of Kindness carried out by Nick Tate. We called the Walmart Supercenter in Newcastle and spoke to a manager by the name of Kelly. She confirmed the story was true. We informed Kelly that Kindness Works International Foundation has a Kindness Pays Rewards program that recognizes and rewards Acts of Kindness and would be sending a check made out to Nick for $50.00 and some kind cards as well. Kelly told us that they would get the check and kind cards to Nick. Our compliments to Walmart for having this Kind of employee who saw a need and stepped in to fill it with an Act of Kindness. What can you do? Do what Nick did, carry out an Act of Kindness, support Kindness Works and help change the world one Kind Act at a time. Nick, may all your days be filled with Kindness
A Kindness Story
A Waffle House customer contacted us about the kind way they were treated at a waffle house in Duluth, GA by an employee named Ms. Merit Youssef. It seems the customer went to have breakfast with his elderly father. This customer reported that on the way in, his father picked up a pamphlet about working at Waffle and was reading it at the table. Ms. Youssef went up to the table, said good morning and with a big simile asked the father, "are you going to apply for a job here". The customer said they all had a big laugh and further commented to us that Ms. Youssef was the best waitress that ever waited on them. Good employees are hard to find, should be recognized, reported and valued for their kindness and that exactly what we did. As you can see Kindness does work, and we hope Ms. Youssef always has that beautiful simile/ Merit, may all your days be filled with Kindness.