Hospice Workers Reunite with Kind Stranger Who Paid for Their Fuel

By: Michelle Liew

Two care staff were reunited with a kind-hearted stranger who paid for their fuel as an act of kindness in Hereford, England.

The stranger, named Mike Perruzza, footed the bill at the petrol station on Holmer Road after spotting both the St Michael’s Hospice workers, Jaki Moffat and Katie Hughes. When Ms Moffat went into the store to pay, Mr Perruzza informed them that he had already settled the £28 bill.

Through Facebook, the two senior healthcare assistants managed to track him down to convey their gratitude.

During their meetup, it was discovered that Mr Perruzza used to volunteer with the Herefordshire 4x4 Response, which helps hospice staff get to work during floods and heavy snow.

St Michael's Hospice provides free palliative care for people across Herefordshire.