Brandy Bisson made the news recently in her hometown of Concord, N.H., when she bought groceries for eight strangers at the grocery store. Bisson says she is “not rich,” but wanted to bring smiles to people’s faces in the midst of the pandemic and election situations. Describing one of her interactions when she paid for a stranger’s groceries, Bisson said, “She was crying and said 'Thank you so much, you don’t understand what this means to me, it’s so hard to reach out and ask for help.’” Bisson isn’t done yet… She plans on buying Thanksgiving dinner for two families in Manchester, N.H.

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