Antonio Hernandez was going about his regular work day at the car wash when he can across an expensive piece of garbage.
A group of volunteers in North Carolina created a site where financially stable Americans can pledge part or all of their stimulus check to those in need.
Cameron Crockett in Chesapeake decided to give away his stimulus check to someone who needed it more than him, saying that it would be selfish of him to keep it when there are people who can't even afford to keep a roof over their heads right now.
"Blessing Looms" sound like a good deal, but they're really just another internet scam you should be aware of.
Colonial Steakhouse in Pine Bluff received a tip from one of their regulars that they'll never forget.
Pastor Tony Spell of Life Tabernacle Church is telling people to donate their stimulus checks in a new challenge hashtag he's created.