He Asked For 10 Volunteers To Shovel Snow For Seniors. Over 100 People Showed Up

February 11, 2018

A man in Chicago asked for 10 volunteers to help him shovel snow for the elderly and the response he received will restore your faith in humanity.

Jahmal Cole, who runs a nonprofit community group called "My Block, My Hood, My City" posted the request on Twitter on February 9.

man asks for help shoveling snow for seniors Chicago

Over 100 volunteers arrived to help shovel snow, Chicago's WGN 9 reported.

Many people who do not live in Chicago made donations to My Block, My Hood, My City, whose mission is to help underpriveldeged teenagers overcome poverty by taking them on explorations focused on arts, culture, and community service.

man asks for help shoveling snow for seniors Chicago

man asks for help shoveling snow for seniors Chicago

man asks for help shoveling snow for seniors Chicago

man asks for help shoveling snow for seniors Chicago

One person donated his Chicago Bulls tickets.

man asks for help shoveling snow for seniors Chicago

man asks for help shoveling snow for seniors Chicago

120 volunteers shoveled the sidewalks at more than 50 homes, mainly where the elderly live.

"I met somebody from Rogers Park, Lakeview, Hegewisch — they say Chicago is segregated, but obviously people care about other people in our city," Jahmal Cole said.

man asks for help shoveling snow for seniors Chicago
Twitter / @formyblockchi

man asks for help shoveling snow for seniors Chicago
Twitter / @formyblockchi

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