When a new charity shop worker found stacks of $ 100 bills tucked into two old sweaters, he thought they must be fake.
The Goodwill Industries store clerk realized they were absolutely real and the cash was $ 42,000.
Andrea Lessing was in the back sorting clothes and looking for tears or stains when she saw the treasure, and her first thought was of her six-year-old daughter.
“His birthday is coming up in July so I can throw him an amazing birthday party,” he said. KFOR, a local news station.
But Lessing says he believes in karma and couldn’t imagine keeping the money.
She reported the loss of cash, and the store in Norman, Oklahoma was able to locate the owner, thanks to some identifiable documentation that was included with the money within the donation.
The owners, who had forgotten about the money when they donated the clothes, gave Andrea $ 1,000, which made her cry.
“Since we gave him the reward on Thursday. I spoke to her yesterday and she is still in shock and in awe of her generosity, “Lacey Lett, communications director for Goodwill Industries of Central Oklahoma, told GNN.
Not only is it reportedly the largest cash find in Oklahoma’s Goodwill history, it is among Goodwill’s most important finds internationally, and the reward will help Andrea give her daughter an “amazing birthday.” “.
“I made the right decision,” Lessing said.
And his belief that ‘if you do something good, then something good will come back to you’ turned out as authentic and true as the coin he discovered.
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