Christmas spirit has touched Toronto's east end after a customer of Grinder Coffee bought coffee for 100 strangers.
The local cafe on Gerrard St. E had a break-in on Dec. 17 that shut the business down for the day to deal with the mess at the start of the holiday rush.
After news about the break-in spread on social media, a customer came in to support the cafe by buying 100 coffees for random strangers.
"A giant pay-it-forward action!" says owner Joelle Murray. "She wanted to help Grinder out after hearing about the recent break-in. Her only motivation was to help out a small business during the holiday season after a stressful week. We really are so moved by her generous gift. Thank you so much for the kindness."