What does it mean?!

That person you waited on felt God nudge them to leave a larger-than-usual tip.

You’re an important part of this community. You make life a little better and a little brighter for the people you serve every day. And while you probably run across the occasional “hard to please” customer, your service IS appreciated. Thank you for doing what you do!

Hope being "Tipped Over" brightened your day a bit!


Share Your Story!

Surprised by a larger-than-usual tip? How’d it feel when you were TIPPED OVER? 

(Or if YOU tipped someone over and have a story to share, let us know.)

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  • Want to be part of it?

    It's simple. Just look for any opportunity to show love to those who serve us!

    Leave a larger-than-usual tip. (You decide how much. Maybe it's 25%, or maybe it's 70%. Something that fits your budget.)

    On the receipt, write:

    "You've been tipped over! Check out"

    When we serve or give just to make someone's life a little better - with no agenda but authentic love - the heart of Jesus is expressed.

    Thanks for helping Share the Love this summer!

Tipped Over Stories


It was just an ordinary table. Food was correct, drinks stayed filled. I had just received a $10 tip off of a two top which is exciting enough. I dont work at a high end restaurant. So a few dollars per table is what im use to. Then I go to buss this table after they had left and notice another $10 tip off a two top with a piece of paper. Just an over all warming experience especially when I'm use to getting a few dollars, not two $10 tips back to back. Thank you to the couples who both tipped over.


While I'm not a waitress or a barista, I do have a job where I receive tips. I work for a cleaning company and after much prayer I decided to leave this job to peruse something else. After I emailed my boss and gave my two weeks, I went to the next house on my schedule and cheerfully began to clean as I always do. After my three hour appointment I was cleaning up and as I went to leave this wonderful woman gave me a tip that I was not expecting. She tipped me enough to pay my car insurance this month and told me that I deserve it. I told her that unfortunately this would be my last time at her house and as we shared a moment of sadness that we are no longer going to see each other. She was also happy for me that I listened to God calling me to move. Once that was over I got an overwhelming sense of peace, something I didn't have the entire time I worked for this company. I am firmly believing that God's plan for my life includes a career change and that this will be an incredible journey for me and my family.


I work only one day a week as a waitress in Morton and last Monday I waited on a table of four. It was a pretty busy evening and when I saw the note on their ticket about being tipped over it really warmed my heart! I heard about the program on WCIC radio but to actually be a part of it was a blessing! Two days later my daughter and friend went to the Fillin Station in Washington for lunch. We had a very friendly waitress and decided to pay it forward by leaving her a note and " tipping over". I hope it blessed her day!