Video of 8-year-old trick-or-treater dipping into own stash to refill empty candy bowl goes viral

by Adam Ford · Nov 2nd, 2019 1:30 pm

Last Updated Nov 19th, 2019 at 4:43 pm

Eight-year-old Jackson Champagne was trick-or-treating with his sister in Gambrills, Maryland, when he came upon a candy bowl that was empty.

In a small act of selflessness that has since gone viral, Jackson said “Oh no!” and proceeded to dip into his own stash of candy to restock the bowl so kids that came after him would have something to take:

"There you go!" he said after leaving some of his candy for the next kids who showed up.

The homeowners posted the video from their Nest camera to Facebook, saying, "What a selfless act from this little guy!" The video has so far been viewed 15 million times and has garnered 360,000 Likes and 468,000 Shares — and rising:


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