A group of young boys stepped in to help after someone stole hundreds of dollars in staff tips from a Minnesota restaurant. Victoria’s Ristorante & Wine Bar in Rochester took to social media with the story about two women who came in to place a takeout order and swiped an envelope with $300 of tips inside. And when Bronson, Carter, Rowan, Ryan and Bennett Shea heard about it, they wanted to help.
The kids are all cousins and brothers and they decided to donate all of the money they earned over the summer working on the family farm. The boys pooled their money and delivered the $200 to Victoria’s in a card. “Victoria's waitstaff, we are sorry to hear that someone stole your tip money," they wrote. “Thank you for making the best pasta and buttered noodles! Happy Holidays!”
Restaurant owner Natalie Victoria shared the act of kindness in a Facebook post thanking the boys for their generosity. “We are speechless - A fall to the floor and cry moment,” she writes. “Your kind gesture is commendable and we are still in awe.”
Source: Fox News