Recently, a group of 16 co-workers at Ardrey Kell High School in Charlotte won $10,000 playing Powerball. After celebrating their win, their thoughts turned to their friend and co-worker Sophia Tatsis.
Sophia is fighting a battle with pancreatic cancer and, as she is a part-time employee of the school, does not have health insurance (other than Medicare) to assist her in paying the medical bills.
The group decided to share their winnings with Sophia, and thanks to their help she was able to pay for her chemotherapy treatment in March.
But the good will didn’t stop there. After word spread around about the winners’ generosity, other people began to donate money to the cause.
Read more at the Charlotte Observer’s story found here.
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