A mechanic has gifted over 60 vehicles to individuals without a car in South Carolina.
Eliot Middleton has worked to put the people in his community first, working on cars, cooking barbecue for the hungry, and now fixing and donating cars to rural South Carolinians without a ride, according to a report.
"They now know that there's somebody in the community that was looking out for them and cared for them to be able to carry on," he said.
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After a local reporter covered his actions in the summer, people from all over began to donate used vehicles, and Middleton gave away 12 during the 12 days of Christmas, according to a report.
At least 800 vehicles have been donated from across the nation, Middleton said in July.
"You have no idea how much this means to me," Aziare Green, a recipient of a 2006 Honda Civic, said.
"I'm so glad we were able to help," Middleton said.
It is as if Santa Claus had come and gifted his sleigh to her, according to Green.
"I am always having to wait and borrow people's cars," she said.
Charity has taught Middleton a great deal about people, he said.
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"With somebody pushing the iron, there's going to be folks behind you pushing the iron too," he said.