Chico raised 100 thousand dollars for an old woman to retire and pay for her house: Without him it would not have been possible

Nola Carpenter, 81, had been working at a Walmart for a long time, something that caught the eye of her co-worker, Devan, 19. “I feel good, and I’m thankful for Devan,” the woman said. Nola Carpenter, 81, had been working at a Walmart for a long time, something that caught the attention of her co-worker, Devan Bonagura, 19. “I feel good, and I’m thankful for Devan,” the woman said. There are few people who are capable of making a great effort to give a positive gesture and lend a hand to those people who need it most.

And it is that not everyone has the time or energy to put aside their daily tasks and help․ One of those genuinely supportive people is Devan Bonagura, a 19-year-old from New Jersey, United States, who made a deep impression on the hearts of Americans. This is Nola Carpenter, an old woman whose story was made known in social networks by Devan. “Life shouldn’t be so hard,” she wrote in a post showing the woman sitting in the break room during her shift at the grocery store.

The boy got together with the old woman and told her that now she could pay her mortgage. The woman was so grateful that she recorded a video for the people who helped her. “I feel good, and I am grateful to Devan for what he has done or none of this would have been possible.

That’s why he was working at Walmart, to pay for my house,” she said. Now Nola will be able to retire next year and she will have her well-deserved rest after years of effort in the workplace.