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!


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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


I've been a server for less than a week now. I still get a little overwhelmed and don't always know the answers to all of the questions my guests will ask; however, I still try to provide the people I waitress with the best possible experience so they will be glad to return as I get better at what I am doing. This past Sunday, my first table on what I knew was going to be a long day working a double shift, tipped me $40 on a $39 tab. I had never heard of tipped over before, but was so grateful to have had such generosity sent my way. Though I figured this was a once in a blue moon thing, I still felt so lucky to have had this happen to me in my first week of waiting tables. It totally changed my entire day and made me so happy to be there. I worked at my other job on Monday and came back to this one on Tuesday of this week for a dinner shift, and unbelievably so, my first table of the night left me an $81 tip on their $81 tab. I cannot express enough how big of an impact these two families made on me through their kindness. I often pay for the person behind me in the drive thru as I know how it brightens my day on the rare occasions that it happens to me.  I hear of waitresses getting extensive tips through the holiday season here and there as well, but to have my guests be so selfless with no occasion at all is truly such a blessing. If either of you are out there reading this, thank you so much, again. You've not only helped me out more than enough in hard times, but you've touched my life with your kindness. It is so good to have a reassurance that there are still sweet people with beautiful hearts out there in this world.


I was just over-tipped, and I'm thankful because this group of four ladies was my only table tonight. I hope they see this so I can just say thank you.


The kindest woman named Tasha was at my drive thru today. It was in the middle of one of the craziest lunch rushes I've ever seen, and she was so insistent on me keeping the receipt. Come to find out, she left $100. At first I didn't believe it; I still don't. She doesn't know I just lost my health insurance and really need my thyroid medication. She doesn't know I can just make enough to cover rent because I am a full-time student. She doesn't know the last couple of months have been really hard on me. But I hope she now knows I am forever grateful for such a generous act on her behalf. I can't wait to have her at my window once again. You're the best, Tasha!