A Canadian man who just won $40 million in the Lotto Max jackpot has big plans for his newfound wealth: giving all the money away to charity.
Tom Crist told Canadian news station CTV that he planned to give away all the prize money to different charities and organizations he chooses, including cancer research.
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There are over 5000 comments posted at the end of the article offering unsolicited advice and thoughts including, "Its nice that he is giving it all to charity, but it is a shame that that money is going to line the pockets of the directors of the charities."
Chadrei Charedim has reported about an ultra-Orthodox resident of Bnei Brak who found a bag of diamonds worth 200 thousand dollars not far from the Diamond Bourse in Ramat Gan. He was able to return it to the diamond merchant who had lost the bag.
The young man said that this was the
education with which he was raised. He did not have a moment where he was tempted to take it because he was brought up with the values that he won't touch something that isn't his.
The older diamond merchant was pleasantly surprised that the young man had returned the bag. He called him a tzaddik and gave him a monetary reward as a token of appreciation.