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College students are raising $75,000 for a Wendy’s employee

He convinced his business fraternity to start a GoFundMe for Coleman, who works across the street from the business school in Columbia, South Carolina, according to the fundraising page."Malcolm has gone above and beyond to care for students without expecting anything in return; now we have the opportunity to help out a friend in need," Caldaroni explained on his Facebook page. Coleman's struggles began in January 2019, when the home he shared with his mother erupted in flames on his birthday, according to a Facebook post. They could not afford repairs due to a lapse in their insurance, so he and his mom have had to stay with friends and family since then, according to the University of South Carolina's student newspaper."It's just a charred block of a building," said fellow fundraiser Alexis Braz after visiting Coleman's house, "It broke my heart."Then, shortly after the fast food worker lost his home, he lost his father, too, according to his Facebook page. Braz says that the fundraiser is the least that students can do to help the man that always brightens their day. The GoFundMe page states that he tries to build personal relationships with all his customers, and will remember students names even if he has only met them a few times."I don't think it's possible to have a conversation with Malcolm without smiling at some point," she added.Coleman is incredibly grateRead More – Source

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