Gwinnett officer Matt Stoner paid off an entire lunch debt for students at Central Gwinnett High School. The officer ended paying for 150 kids!
LAWRENCEVILLE, Georgia — A Gwinnett County sheriff’s deputy and his wife decided to share their good fortune and help struggling families, the sheriff’s office said.
Cpl. Matt Stoner and his wife, Gabriela, paid off delinquent meal accounts for an entire high school in Gwinnett County.
Their family had quietly made the decision to not buy Christmas presents for each other this year, instead creating a special family memory by doing something to help others, the sheriff’s office shared on Facebook
But when media outlets started asking questions, the Stoners admitted what they’d done to help students of Central Gwinnett High School in Lawrenceville.
“We share their story of generosity in the hopes that it inspires others to do something kind for someone during this season of giving,” the Facebook post said.
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