Texas Good Samaritans are out in full force during the state’s deep freeze, helping out their fellow Texans in need.
One such Good Samaritan named Raymond Garcia lost power at his home and decided to use his time to help fix residents’ broken water pipes free-of-charge.
Garcia was inspired by his mother, who died of the coronavirus last week, to give back to his community.
“My mom always taught me, if you help and you give to people, God will always bless you,” he told KTRK. “And you know what, I’ve been blessed.”
Another Good Samaritan named Max Bozeman II, of Houston, knew the importance of asking for help in tough times as he received a cancer diagnosis during the pandemic.
Bozeman decided to give back to his community by posting to Instagram, saying he would give $100 to ten people who needed the money to buy food. Instead, he