Nearly $30,000 Raised For Homeless Man Who Helped Manchester Arena Victims

A homeless man is being called a hero, after he helped the wounded who were fleeing from Manchester Arena after a bomb went off, Monday.

Now Stephen Jones is getting help himself. Because of his selfless act, a woman set up a charity account on Just Giving, which has now raised $30,000 for Jones!

And on Tuesday, David Sullivan, joint-chairman of English Premier League club West Ham United, told the BBC he would like to help Jones further. He said he will give him six months free accommodation and a little bit of money to help him on his way.

 

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