When Ashley Jiron, the owner of Warr Acres, Oklahoma, casual restaurant P.B. Jams, was taking the trash out to the dumpster, she saw something that upset her. Several of the bags of trash had been torn open and it looked like someone had been scavenging food from the trash. Whereas some people would have simply been angry about the mess, Jiron says, “That really, it hurt me that someone had to do that.”
The very next day, this sign appeared in the window.
The sign reads:
"To the person going through our trash for their next meal,
You're a human being and worth more than a meal from the dumpster. Please come in during operating hours for a class PB&J, fresh veggies and a cup of water at no charge. No questions asked.
-Your friend, the owner."
Jiron says she won't take the sign down until that person comes in and she really hopes that they take her up on her offer. She says, “I think we’ve all been in that position where we needed someone’s help and we just needed someone to extend that hand and if I can be that one person to extend that hand to another human being then I will definitely do it."
Credit: Fox 6