- A tenant shared how she was touched by her landlord’s generosity in the time of COVID-19
- The landlord told her not to worry about the month’s rent and even brought her groceries containing her family’s basic necessities
- Social media users were inspired by the gesture; saying that it made them realize that there are still kind people out there
The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly affected lives. Work operations have been suspended in many countries, which meant no income for some.
This is why a tenant is very grateful to her landlord who told her not worry about the month’s rent and even gave her grocery supplies so she would not have to go outside.
In a Facebook post, Christina Marie whose profile says she lives in Michigan shared her conversation with her landlord Alan. “So my landlord Alan called me earlier and told me not worry about rent this month and we will worry about it later. I said okay,” she said.
“Then, he asked me if I had food. I told him how I had three packs of meat left and needed to go this week and he told me ‘Okay, be safe.'”
Later that day, she received a text asking her to go to her front porch and Christina was surprised to find groceries containing her family’s basic needs. “I could not tell you how I feel right now. For him to do this for my family… My heart is so touched. God bless you!”
The post has gained over 487k reactions and 155k shares, many of whom were inspired by the landlord’s kind heart and generosity.
“That is such a lovely story, the kind of story we all need now,” M. Anderson said.
“How kind! Things like this act of kindness reassures me that there are still good people in this world,” Christina B. commented