Here are some of the stories we’ve heard from the people who have been Tipped Over by your generosity.




I work ovens at a pizza place so I only make tips off of pick-up orders. I never go into work expecting tips because some days I simply do not make any. Today a woman came to pick up a few pizzas and left me and the other kitchen worker 30%! It was a nice surprise considering I am a college student. Made my day!

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I started serving a month ago to help pay my student loans down quicker. It was a learning curve for me since I had never served before this job – which is just a second part time job. It was a slower night and this couple tipped me and told me to check out this site as they were leaving. I looked it up and was almost moved to tears. I couldn’t believe it. Little did they (or even I) know much I actually needed this pick me up. It was so rewarding,  and I appreciated receiving this. Thank you again!



It’s great to see so many giving back. I work in a job where we are not allowed to take tips. I intereact with customers on a daily basis. I am a clerk at a local gas station. If you want to brighten someones day and can not give a tip, just remember a thank you or a pleasent hello would be great. Thank you so much.



The couple that over tipped me were so sweet to me! And she was ready to order before her husband even came to the restaurant, but the food came up when he got there. They were so sweet to me! And I enjoyed sereving them and to be over tipped was the icing on the cake!



I am a hairstylist, and we make a baseline wage where i work so tips are very much an essential part of our income. There have been many times I’ve “Been Tipped Over,” but one instance stands out to me and brought me to tears. Last Christmas, a kind man paid with a $100 bill and left saying, “Keep the change merry christmas.”

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