After over 90 percent of the students and faculty at Paradise High School lost their homes due to devastating wildfires, one businessman decided to try and make a difference.
Bob Wilson, an 89-year-old real estate magnate, loaded up 1,085 checks and head North, not because he had any personal connection to Paradise, but because he wanted to help put a smile on the kids' faces.
While the school itself survived the wildfire, 90 percent of the students and faculty are without homes right now. A lot of the checks will probably be given to their parents to help with basic essentials.
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