Humanity just found a voice when a nine-year-old girl spent all of her birthday money buying food for homeless people on the streets of Manchester.
When Molly McGinley spotted some charity workers helping the homeless one day, she too was inspired into taking action.
When her birthday came around, rather than spend the money that she’d received, she headed out with her mother, Janine Kenny, to show a little kindness herself.
Molly visited 23-year-old homeless woman Margaret Smith to spread some Christmas cheer.
Molly spoke to the Manchester Evening News about her motivation for helping the homeless. The little girl said that it was while she was walking down the street that she saw all these people giving loads of food to homeless people. She asked her mum if they could do the same and soon enough got some hot drinks and soup and food and gave it to Margaret.
Molly demonstrated immense warm-heartedness, as she didn't have to think twice about using all of her birthday money to help others in need.
A recent study by the homeless charity Shelter found that more than 3,00,000 people in Britain are homeless.