December 17th, 2013
10:19 AM ET

Bus Driver Aims to Bring Hope to the Homeless

In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," a Michigan bus driver aims to help the homeless by answering their Christmas wishes. CNN's Chris Cuomo reports.

One of Max Christensen's routes is driving homeless people from their shelter to the local food bank.  Well, Max wasn't content to just drive them– he wanted to help out too.

So, for the Christmas season, Max is playing Santa.

He asked his passengers to write him their letters to Santa and, overwhelmingly, what they've asked for is a job.

Now it's his mission to make those wishes come true.  He's started a drive collecting donations, clothes, and prepaid calling cards.

If you'd like to donate or if you're hiring,  you can reach out to Max through Facebook.

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