We've featured Joshua Santiago's nonprofit, Empowering Cuts, on Action News before.
Now, he's just completed a seven-day "Random Acts of Kindness" challenge.
Santiago spent the beginning of June giving back.
Whether it was getting a new pair of shoes for someone living on the streets to helping a woman who became homeless because of an abusive relationship, Santiago shared their stories with compassion and understanding.
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Santiago met a homeless man named Mike. The pair went on a trip to Home Depot and Staples to help with an idea Mike had, and to Burger King - Mike's favorite fast food place he hadn't visited in years.
"Honestly, this might be one of the most humblest experiences I ever encountered!" Santiago posted on Instagram.
Santiago doesn't do this alone.
He has a great appreciation to everyone who donates money to his nonprofit to make the random acts of kindness possible.
We want to hear your stories of kindness.
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