Marijuana Dealer Donates Half His Profits To Help Victims Of Hurrican Sandy
So, like, what have you done to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy, man? One New York City marijuana dealer was inspired to take the high road with his money earned selling the green stuff. He donated half of his profits made over two days (that translates to $700 worth) to help victims of Hurricane Sandy, blazing a trail of kindness for us to follow.
The dealer, who for obvious reasons requested anonymity when talking to the Huffington Post, had this to say:
“Yes, I made a little extra money for myself those two days,” he begins. “But [my clients] are getting something they’d already get anyway. I was going to work regardless, and now I felt like I was doing it with purpose … I’m not doing what I do in order to get rich or create some super marijuana empire. I’m trying to help, and this is my job.”
We here at Jack FM hope this story sparks an interest in you to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy.
You can make an appointment to donate blood or platelets at 800 Red-Cross or text “Red Cross” to 9-0-9-9-9 to donate $10 now. You can also go to http://www.redcross.org/charitable-donations or redcrossblood.org.