UPS Workers Buy Car for Coworker Who Walked To Work Every Day

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Trenton Lewis, a 21-year-old single father from Little Rock, used to walk eleven miles just to make it to his 4 AM shift at UPS. Lewis took pride in providing for his 14-month old daughter and refused to tell his co-workers how he got to and from work every day. but once the “queen bee” at work found out, his coworkers banded together to help Lewis in a way he didn’t think was possible.


According to a report from WTVR, when Patricia “Mama Pat” Bryant found out Lewis was walking to work, she grabbed her husband Kenneth and started raising money for a car.

“For a young person to decide in their mind ‘if I don’t have a ride, if I can’t get a ride then I’ll walk,'” Kenneth Bryant said. “If a guy can do that, we can pitch in to help.”

The Bryants quietly raised over $2,000 for Lewis before surprising him with the keys. One of his co-workers caught the big reveal on camera.

“God always has something for you,” said Lewis. “I’m never going to forget this ever.”