Stranger helps homeless man walk again, believe in people

"I would come and see him and be like, 'How's the haircut going?' and he would be like, 'Good, thanks.' Then we saw him kind of deteriorating. We saw him in a wheelchair. He had an infection in his legs," said Galvin.

Not only can he walk, but he is no longer alone in life. He has a friend to walk with in Galvin-- all because she cared.