How a Death Sparked a Movement of Kindness



Aaron Collins was only 30 years old when he died unexpectedly. A few days later, his brother Seth was going through his things when he found, on his computer, a will. One of the instructions was quite explicit - Aaron wanted his family to leave a $500 tip to an unsuspecting waiter or waitress.

Seth and his mother, Tina, fulfilled Aaron's wish a few days later, and they shared a video of it on YouTube for some loved ones. They weren't expecting the video to go viral, but it did - and soon, a movement was born!

In this clip from "The Jeff Probst Show," Seth and Tina explain how their simple act of kindness on Aaron's behalf spread like wildfire, and inspired people to pony up tens of thousands of dollars so they can keep the $500 tips coming! If you'd like to learn more about how to get involved, visit AaronCollins.org.

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Seth and Tina Collins on The Jeff Probst Show