(FOX NEWS) - Talk about a Secret Santa.
On Nov. 25, a man known as Charlie K. walked into a Toys “R” Us in Cherry Hill, N.J., with the intention of purchasing gifts for his young son.
What separated Charlie’s trip from hundreds of other Black Friday shopping sprees, however, was his incredible generosity: He spent $10,780 paying off 62 orders on layaway — nearly the entire stock.
This is Charlie K.— Pat Gallen (@PatGallenCBS3) November 24, 2017
While doing a segment @ToysRUs in Cherry Hill, Charlie walked in & decided to pay off all items on layaway. Over 8,000 toys!
Charlie also had everyone in the store pick 3 items for @ToysForTots_USA & paid for those too. Amazing generosity. Thank you Charlie. pic.twitter.com/GWr1pbGnVV
With budgeting worries on the minds of many parents as the holidays approach, the good Samaritan said the staggering donation was an easy decision.
"Just you trying to bring some happiness to people. That's really it. Help bring back to the community that brought so much happiness to me and my family," Charlie said.
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