Texas teen getting scholarship following act of kindness caught on camera

Ivan Schwartz
March 11, 2018

It was just another day for Evoni Williams, 18, as she worked her job at a Texas Waffle House in La Marque on March 3rd. According to Williams, the elderly customer is a regular of the restaurant and he was having a hard time eating.

"I had no coordination feeling or strength in my hands", he said.

Even though Evoni was extremely busy, she didn't hesitate. She grabbed a knife and fork and started cutting up Charpentier's food into small pieces so it would be easier for him to eat.

The image was taken and posted to Facebook last week by customer Laura Wolf, after she watched Williams tend to 78-year-old Adrien Charpentier.

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'I don't know her name but I heard this elderly man tell her his hands don't work too good. He was also on oxygen and. Wolf said Williams immediately took the plate and began cutting up his ham. With the caption, "This may seem small but to him, I'm sure it was huge", she posted the photo which quickly went viral. "I'm thankful to have seen this act of kindness and caring at the start of my day while everything in this world seems so negative", Wolf wrote in her post, which had received 99,000 likes and 47,000 shares as of Friday afternoon. "That's what made me teary-eyed", Evoni said.

While she's grateful for the life-changing gift she received, Williams said what she did for the man was nothing special. In a few days, authorities from TSU rewarded her with a scholarship for $16,000 (worth approximately Rs 10,00,000).

On Thursday (March 8), the city honored Williams with her very own day.

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