Transcript for Man Plans to Gift $100,000 to Superstorm Sandy Victims
Now, to the secret santa. This is the guy that's come to new york to hand out $100 bills randomly to people hit hard by sup superstorm sandy. He's planning to give away $100,000 this holiday season. And he is hoping others will follow his example. John schriffen spoke to him about this generosity. It's amazing how long he's been doing this for. And he seems like a great guy. What a difference a week makes. The black friday madness had shoppers punching and kicking for deals. But this man from kansas city couldn't be more different. He forces media outlets to sign a confidentiality agreement not to reveal his identity. But whoever he is, the secret santa is reminding us what the holidays are all about. 500. Would that help you? Going to my daughter. Reporter: It's not every day, that a complete stranger will pay your bills. But sometimes, the most unlikely miracles fall at your feet. You must have dropped that. No. That's got to be yours. Oh, my god. Are you serious? Reporter: The culprit, secret santa. The unidentified miracle worker whose acts of kindness are bringing people to tears, all throughout the country. Oh, josh. I just got a million dollars. Reporter: He goes from city to city, surprising folks with $100 bills. Sometimes spending up to $100,000 a year. It's not about the money. It's really about committing random acts of kindness. I think it's one of the great things that we can do. Reporter: He's been spreading holiday cheer since 2006, after the original secret santa, larry stewart, was diagnosed with cancer. I asked if he had any regrets. He said, yeah. I regret I couldn't help more people. Right then and there, I told him, I'm going to take as many $100 bills with your name and pass them out. Reporter: This year, he made his way to staten island, to help those affected by hurricane sandy. And I thought to myself, what is stronger? The force of hurricane sandy? Or the spirit of the people that it affected? And I will tell you, it's the spirit of the people. Someone wants to give something back to us, you know. It was a surprise. Reporter: Secret santa does not show his face. And if his secret identity is revealed, he said he'll have to quit. It takes away from what you're doing. Reporter: But it's no secret that he's touching lives $100 bill at a time. Thank you so much, secret santa. I believe in santa. Reporter: How amazing is that? The mysterious man from kansas city said over the years, the one thing he notices, the people who have the least, actually give the most. That shows this has nothing to do with money. It makes us all believe in santa when you hear a story like that. Coming up here on the broadcast, just when you thought
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