A photo of a homeless man changing the bond of a woman in Utah has captured the hearts and minds of those who see it, while spreading a message of love.
The Jessie Jean coffee bar in Ogden posted a photo of the good deed that was performed just outside the cafe on Monday.
& # 39; I just wanted them to give a face to who they are judging & # 39 ;, said Anna Davidson KTSU, who is co-owner of Jessie Jean & # 39; s with her husband Ron.
A homeless man touches hearts through social media after a photo of a man named Chuck who changed a woman's car tire became a viral
Chuck, 56, was in prison for many years, but wants to make a positive change
& # 39; Such as: & # 39; Hey, please, that's one of those people that you want us to hide somewhere where we can't see them. & # 39; & # 39;
Anna hopes that the photo she posted will help to spread friendliness and make people think twice before they walk past a homeless person.
& # 39; Looked out the window to see this happen. This is Chuck … he is homeless and works in the cafe every day. This is "one of those people" who get a label. You know those who want everyone out of sight, by heart .., & Anna wrote in the Facebook post.
& # 39; I didn't see anyone else helping this young lady, only Chuck … the homeless man … thanks Chuck. & # 39;
Anna Davidson says she witnessed the good deed outside her restaurant and posted the photo
Davidson says she decided to share the photo on Facebook on Monday with a message about the man who came in to help a stranger
Jessie Jean & # 39; s on Historic 25th in Ogden, Utah is a family-run, family-style cafe that serves food, coffee, and friendliness, a cup at a time, a meal at a time & # 39 ;, the owners say
& # 39; We need to look at each person's story one by one and see people for who they are, people, & # 39; she said.
Despite a difficult life, Chuck always helps people according to the Davidson.
Chuck told the station that he was in prison for many years, leading to years of violence and then spending more time behind bars.
Chuck, who is 56, says he is ready for a change.
& # 39; I wouldn't be here now if it weren't for the two of them, & # 39; Chuck said, referring to the Davidson.
The restaurant's co-owner, Ron, was homeless for more than two years and has insight into what life on the street means
& # 39; I am as old as they are and I would be proud to call them Mom and Dad, & # 39; said Chuck.
Chuck helps around the restaurant to earn his next meal.
The photo has generated hundreds of responses on Facebook.
Despite a difficult life, Chuck always helps people according to the Davidson. Chuck helps around the restaurant to earn his next meal and is now looking for accommodation
& # 39; Never judge a book by its cover. I hope he continues to follow the right path & # 39 ;, wrote a poster.
& # 39; The people who have the least are usually the ones who give the most. I would like to meet Chuck, & someone else said.
& # 39; This is inspiring! I hope everyone who looks at this post remembers that homeless people are still people, they are currently just lucky, & another Facebook user wrote.
This generosity is part of the Davidson's personal mission to help the less fortunate. Every week they feed 20 homeless people as part of their & # 39; pay it forward meals & # 39; scheme.
For $ 6.25, customers can buy a meal to help the hungry.
Restorer, Ron, was homeless for more than two years and has insight into what living on the street means.
& # 39; I know what it's like to be out there when it's cold, I know what it's like to be out there when it's hot, I know what it's like to be hungry out there, & # 39; said Ron, who now wants to & # 39; return & # 39; to others.
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