The Five Most Heartwarming South Jersey Moments [SPONSORED]
One of the best characteristics of South Jersey residents is our huge hearts. We're all about loving our neighbors and giving back to our community. You always hear about residents helping each other or carrying out random acts of kindness whether it be for family, friends, or strangers.
Here in South Jersey, we're all about doing good for others. We all have bleeding hearts and would gladly lend a helping hand to anyone in need. In celebration of American Heart Month, Cat Country would like to highlight some of South Jersey's most heartwarming moments.
South Jersey Dad Surprises Special Needs Son In Mall
This story was so special. If you recall, this dad accompanied his wife and son with special needs to the mall to do some Christmas shopping. He wanted to have a little fun with his son, so he asked the managers of a certain clothing store within the mall if he could hide in the window.
The man knew it would bring his son so much joy and was thrilled when the store managers said yes. Needless to say, the surprise made the son's day.
Check it out here.
Man Reopens Campground As Home For Struggling Vets
This Gloucester County man revamped an old campground that's now open as a rehab, of sorts, for veterans trying to get back on their feet.
Giving back to those who've served and protected this country? Yeah, that's just plain awesome in our eyes.
Pregnant Waitress Receives Huge Tip From Police Officer
We just learned of this story a few days ago! A Voorhees Township police officer left a waitress (who's in her third trimester) a tip of $100 on an $8 check.
Check out the full story HERE!
Teenage Girl Gives Up Sweet 16 Party To Help St. Jude Patients
We chatted with Savannah (Cape May County) who opted out of every teenage girl's dream: a Sweet Sixteen birthday party in favor of starting a project that would benefit the children at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Click here for the full interview!
Woman Pays For Man's Wawa Order
This story is proof that karma definitely returns the favor; this time in a positive way!
This Camden County woman paid it forward when a man didn't have any cash on him to pay for his Wawa order. Turns out, the man was KEITH URBAN!
She was such an angel and even got to take picture with him. Check it out!