Lady Gifts High school student who travels long distances to work with a new car, she says her heart made her cry

  • A kind-hearted lady identified as Lavonda Wright Myers has put a smile on the face of a high school student who commutes long hours to get to work
  • After her first encounter with the 18-year-old boy named Jayden Sutton, Myers took it upon herself to buy him a new car and kept that vow.
  • Speaking about what inspired her kind gesture, the businesswoman said her heart and determination brought her to tears

A young boy’s hard work and positive approach to life earned him a life-changing gesture from a stranger.

An 18-year-old high school student, Jayden Sutton, from Cobb County, Georgia, USA, was caught with a new whipping by a nice woman who drove him into her car.

She was touched by the boy’s story Photo credit: Lavonda Wright Myers
Source: Facebook

Thanks to them, we can reports that Jayden worked at a restaurant after school hours in an effort to raise money to fulfill his dream of having a car.

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Determined against all odds, the young lad drove about 7 miles each day after school closed at 3.30pm to do his 6-7 hour shift at the restaurant.

By the time he finished his work and walked home, Jayden arrived home at 11:30 p.m.

A date with fate

On December 10, 2020, a lady identified as Lavonda Wright Myers was driving by when she saw the boy walking in the rain.

The businesswoman offered him a ride and learned his touching story of how he walked due to his inability to pay for Uber rides.

“Once I dropped him off at work, his heart and determination filled my eyes with tears.

“He said, ‘Madam, I’m walking because I have to.

“He was smiling in good spirits, and he is a child who deserves to be blessed,” she told reporters.

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She immediately sprang into action

From that moment, the woman swore to get him a car and shared her story online as well as set up a GoFudMe page for him.

A few days after the layout, he received $6,635 (7 million naira) in donations.

She negotiated with a car dealer to raise a Honda price from $7,800 (3.2 million naira) to $7,000 (2.9 million naira) and added $635 of her own money to top it off.

Jayden was overwhelmed with joy and praised Myers for the gift of the car.

In his words:

“I love him for that. I just want to thank you so much, you don’t even understand how much.

“I knew if I had to walk to work every day to get a car, that’s what I was going to do. If you’re doing something good or trying to achieve a goal, keep doing it. You might get some help. That’s what happened to me.”

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Netizens praise the nice lady

Wanda Morrisson said:

“You are so amazing, My God continue to bless you so that you can be a blessing to others. This is also my prayer for others and me too.”

Dynomite Jones said:

“Lord!!!! Bless this child and you too and blessings to everyone who took the time to donate!!!! My heart is full.”

Michael Anderson wrote:

“Because you have always had a heart for others, even for me, may God continue to bless you and may you never change to reap the harvest he promised you!!! You go and you will get it all back!” I love you !!”

Sherri Wright said:

“God bless you abundantly for hearing it and being willing to do the work so God can put His Super on the natural!! You have just EXPANDED YOUR TERRITORY and increased the faith of all who have given and this family!”

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The boss offers a car to a worker after hearing that he was going to work from midnight

Meanwhile, previously reported that a boss gave his worker a new car after learning the youngster had walked from midnight to work.

After checking the maps and seeing that it would take him seven hours to get to Pelham, Walter decided to leave at midnight. He slept in the afternoon and woke up at 12 p.m. to begin his journey, the New York Post reported.

He said:

“I wanted to be there before 8 am. I wanted to beat the crew members there to let the company know how dedicated I am.”

When the young man arrived at his destination and the people he was supposed to help move their load heard his story, they were amazed. Walter’s boss read his viral story online and was smitten. He went to his house and surprised him with a car.


Maria D. Ervin