Two Teens Hand Out 100 McDonald’s Burgers To The Homeless

by Ann-Sophie Kaemmerle
Native New Yorker, University of Virginia graduate, runner, and sometimes stand-up performer.

The video of two teens purchasing 100 McDonald’s burgers is making the rounds on the internet.

The two teens, Lance Stewart and Adin Kolansky, filmed themselves purchasing exactly 100 burgers from their local McDonald’s, totaling to $151.51.

But they didn’t buy these burgers for themselves. They bought the burgers to feed the neighborhood’s homeless. 

We love when kids and teens do good to benefit the less fortunate. This Iowa teen was able to give hope back to the homeless one backpack at a time, and these kids decided to help out an old lady who needed the pick-me-up. And by following their example, Lance and Adin have made a world of difference.

They gave out the 100 burgers to the needy, but when that proved to be insufficient, they spent an additional $100 on snacks like Lunchables, Pop-Tarts, and bottled water.

The camera captures the reactions of the needy men, women, and children who Lance and Adin say they see on their nightly runs on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles. Not surprisingly, they all seem to have a deep appreciation for the teens’ generosity.

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