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Anonymous Donor Asks to "Pay It Forward"

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TULSA, Okla. -

Tulsa area residents continue to support Random Acts of Kindness.

Tulsa's Channel 8 received an anonymous donation to "pay it forward" this holiday season. The envelope held $300 to support Random Acts of Kindness.

You can watch previous stories as we surprise local families with a Random Acts Of Kindness by clicking this link.

The staff at KTUL appreciates the generosity of our viewers who are lending a hand to those in our community.  You can count on Tulsa's Channel 8 to pass the donation to a local family struggling to make ends meet.

If you have someone to nominate, send us an email at kindness@ktul.com

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