A group of young filmmakers are on a mission to pay it forward. This week, they're using a gas station to pull off their good deeds, a gallon at a time.
The video shows the three filmmakers, Kyle, Andrew and Robert, surprising strangers at a gas station by paying for their gas bills!
The channel is called GiveBackFilms. They're the same group that just last week left a struggling iHOP waitress a $200 tip.
The channel hopes to inspire others to give back and commit random acts of kindness. Under the about section, they say:
Here at GiveBackFilms, we have been fortunate enough to be in a better position than a lot of people in the world. For that reason, we want to give back, and that is what our channel is all about! We put these videos on YouTube in hopes that some of you will be inspired to go out and do similar things! Pay it forward.
The video has gotten more than 50,000 views so far. Under the video description, the channel gives appreciation to all the unknowing beneficiaries of their good deeds:
We're always pleasantly surprised by the wonderful people we get to meet while making these videos. Everyone has a unique and interesting story -- we hope you guys enjoy hearing them as much as we do.
Viewers were inspired. Kieran Patrick writes, "You guys are so inspirational. I have spreed[sic] this around so much i think this is seriously amazing!!!! Will definitely be taking this to school to try and get the same thing happening!!!
Kenny Lay wrote, "I really want to hug them." The video has more than 6,500 likes.