A Domino’s driver was left in tears when an Ohio church congregation tipped her more than $1,000 after she delivered a $5.99 pizza, according to local media.
A random act of kindness given her was just too unbelievable for a pizza driver that she could not help but shed tears of joy. The Rev. Steve Markle brought her onstage and asked her the biggest tip she’d ever received.
Although Markle could not share the details of Natasha’s situation, he said that once he found out what she is dealing with, he knew that she was “absolutely the right person that God wanted us to bless”. It would be nice though if she could receive even the smallest of tip.
“The day you guys have actually given me this gift, I got an eviction notice on my door”, said Boyer. She embraced him and said “Thank you so much”. “Now I’m Not”, and told her that that Sunday was the conclusion of the series. Part of that involved discussions about generosity and random acts of kindness.
The young mother told CNN affiliate WCMH she works more than 55 hours a week as an assistant manager at Domino’s, but illness recently forced her to take several days of unpaid leave.
The congregation draws about 500 people each week, and it took three church services to collect the massive tip. “From the very beginning our goal has been to have all those who come in contact with SCC have the opportunity for a changed life”, the message read.
“Just to know that it blessed (her) in that way and helped somebody that had a true need – boy that means so much to us and we’re just so thankful that it happened for (Boyer)”, Markle told NBC 4.