Stranger Overhears Story Of 3 Moms With More Than 20 Kids And Pays For Their Large Dinner Bill

These three foster moms could not believe that someone picked up the tab for their dinner recently. It was definitely, a big deal to pay for meals for more than 20 people. This kindhearted fellow also opted to remain anonymous.

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Haylee Robuck, Kayla Miller, and Brittney Ward are foster moms with 25 kids under their care. These women have been foster moms for almost a year now. They also take care of toddlers.

They took 21 of them to dinner at Toot’s West after attending church. It was not an easy feat to take this number of kids to a restaurant, especially the younger ones. “The oldest kid was like 11-years-old. So, in your mind, you think I have this mess to clean up,” Adrian Maddox, a Toot’s employee, told News4. “But it wasn’t like that.”

Adrian is a new employee at Toot’s. He was just on his second week of work when he served this big party that weekend. He never thought that he would witness one of the most outrageous acts of generosity that night.

“She was just so overwhelmed and really moved that somebody actually stood up to take care of someone else’s responsibilities,” Adrian recalled. This Good Samaritan overheard the foster moms’ story from where she was at that night and paid their entire bill.

“It’s not often that that happens. Let alone when you have a party so big and so obnoxious,” Haylee told News4. “We took up three tables, and two of the three tables have kids on kids all over it.”

“You know, when a person taking a time like that, to do something like that, just from the goodness of the heart, that’s amazing!” Adrian said.

The wheel of kindness started rolling again, for these foster moms were also encouraged to do the same. “They assumed that we were doing good, and they paid that forward. So, I am sure at one point we will do that to another family,” Kayla said.

News4 reported that they were able to track down this Good Samaritan, but she decided to stay under the radar and to remain anonymous.

“So when you give to the needy, do not announce it with trumpets, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and on the streets, to be honored by others. Truly I tell you, they have received their reward in full.” Matthew 6:2

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