Eight-year-old Michael Diamond of Garfield Heights, Ohio lost his grandmother recently. He overheard his parents talking about how they didn't have enough money to pay for a proper burial . . . so last Thursday, he decided to help out.  Michael set up a stand selling Kool-Aid by the cup to raise money for his grandmother's funeral.

He only sold $55 worth on the first day . . . but the local news found out about it and came to do a story on Michael.  The next day, people in the area made a special trip to Garfield Heights to buy Kool-Aid from Michael.  Some people paid $100 a cup.  By Monday, he had raised over $5,500, which is enough to give his grandmother a decent service.

I LOVE this and it helps me to believe that there are truly are astonishing acts of human kindness that happen everyday.  Help whenever you can!