Transcript for Giving back after Christmas
Finally tonight, "America strong." Spreading holiday cheer one tip at a time. Reporter: Even with Christmas over, Brittany Scharr is still working overtime at Santa's helper. Instead of stocking stuffers, this former bartender and restaurant manager is serving up kindness, warming hearts by handing out cold hard cash. Are you serious? Reporter: More than a tip, it's a $100 love offering for restaurant staff. Oh, my gosh, thank you so much! I know I'm not supposed to touch you, but -- It was heavy on my heart knowing they were struggling from the original shutdown. Reporter: When Pennsylvania suspended indoor dining for the first time this year Britney posted this plea on Facebook -- I would like to gift 12 restaurant service members with $100 each of the 12 days of Christmas. Within days, thousands of dollars came pouring in. Her Christmas restaurant staff support fund has now reached nearly $14,000. Oh, for real? Thank you! Thank you so much. Reporter: Brittany is determined to keep on giving until the ban on indoor dining is lifted. You're really nice. Thank you. Nk you. You're going to make me cry. Reporter: Those in suburban Philadelphia used to taking orders are now on the receiving end. $100 cash can't pay someone's rent, but it can make someone feel that they are valued, that they are important. Reporter: Brittany is back at it again. You are actually number 100. Reporter: Prizing her 100th
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