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Stranger gives mum note with $20 to put towards her baby’s education

‘This is not a gift, it’s an investment’: Kind stranger hands a mother $20 and a touching note telling her to put it towards her baby girl’s education

  • The mother of a baby girl has told of a stranger’s sweet gesture on the train 
  • A man handed her a $20 note enclosed in a handwritten letter for her daughter
  • The mum said she plans to frame the kind gesture for her baby girl to see  
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A woman has shared the touching moment a kind stranger handed her a note with  some money to put towards her baby’s education. 

The mum was travelling on a Sydney train with her little girl when a fellow passenger dressed ‘in a suit’ gave her a handwritten letter.  

Enclosed was $20 and a letter stating: ‘This is not a gift. It is an investment. Please let your baby know that an old Aboriginal man invested $20 in her college fund.’

Act of kindness: The mum posted a photo on Reddit sharing the sweet note she received from a stranger who wanted to 'invest' in her daughter's college fund

Act of kindness: The mum posted a photo on Reddit sharing the sweet note she received from a stranger who wanted to ‘invest’ in her daughter’s college fund  

The mum took to Reddit to post a photo of the sweet gesture while expressing her gratitude. 

‘Thank you kind stranger on the train! It’s people like you making Sydney a better place,’ she said. 

‘We will frame this and make sure she sees it! Many love, kind stranger in a suit, who had a joyful interaction with out 9 months old girl!’ 

The woman's post received dozens of positive reactions from users

The woman’s post received dozens of positive reactions from users 

The post has received dozens of a responses from users praising the stranger’s generous act. 

‘This is a very good message and an example. This needs more attention’, one person commented. 

‘That man invests on the young way better than the government’s’, another quipped. 

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