Nat Ellis has to be one of the nicest guys around.
After hearing about Logan Roninger, a child who suffers from spinal muscular atrophy who was in desperate need of a new wheelchair, he decided to help Logan’s parents pay for said chair.
Now, that’s pretty generous even if you’re a family friend, but Ellis had never even met the Roninger family, making his actions all the more heartwarming. And when you hear that he auctioned off his massive toy collection that had 1,139 items he had been collecting for 25 years in it, you get the kind of picture about the sort of man he is.
The marketing teacher set up an eBay auction for the collection and is hoping to get enough money to cover the $6,000 shortfall Logan’s parents have so they can buy the chair.
What a guy.