Customers Buy Out Doughnuts Shop Every Day So Owner Can Be With His Ailing Wife

Dozens of doughnuts make kindness go round and round Doughnuts are the key to one Southern California neighborhood helping out a couple who have served their community for years. ABC7 reports John and Stella Chhan have owned and operated Donut City in Seal Beach for three decades. They bought the shop after they immigrated as refugees from Cambodia. Recently, customers have noticed Mr. Chhan is running the shop by himself. He shared that his wife had suffered an aneurysm.  He

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WeWork Is Hiring, Mentoring And Training 1,500 Refugees

WeWork is a company that is walking the walk when it comes to helping refugees. While so many people are busy yelling, crying, bemoaning what can be done, this company is making a big difference. FastCompany Magazine reports WeWork “has locations in 73 cities, and began working with refugees in a grassroots pilot project in early 2017, when employees in New York reached out to a local office of the International Rescue Committee to invite the nonprofit’s refugee clients to start applying

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