Saturday, November 28, 2015

Teen's Pumpkin Spice Latte Inspires Worldwide Pay it Forward Movement

Alyssa O’Neill's parents wanted to honor their daughter's last simple request to buy her a pumpkin spice latte, but a simple gesture is turning into a worldwide social media movement. Alyssa passed away from a seizure, and Andrew Dymburt has the story of how her parents sparked a pay it forward movement by purchasing some coffees for strangers, and marking them with her initials, #AJO.

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