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Published On: Wed, Dec 4th, 2013

Anonymous ‘Tips for Jesus’ sweeping across the country

The “Tips for Jesus” movement is turning heads as an anonymous individual(s) is leaving massive tips in bars, restaurants and other locations.

Tips for Jesus receiptAn Instagram account with the username “TipsForJesus” is continuously documenting these events, posting images of receipts from each good deed and some of the elated faces of individuals receiving these gifts.

While those behind the tip giving effort remain a mystery, a mission statement is present on the aforementioned Instagram account: “Doing the Lord’s work, one tip at a time.”

Gawker explained that this individual or group has been able to fly under the radar so far over the past few months, leaving tips that range from $500 to $10,000. Adding up receipts, the outlet reported that more than $54,000 has been doled out so far.

On the signature line of many receipts, the words “Tip For Jesus” are often written or are stamped somewhere on the receipt.

TipsForJesus movement have appeared, as the Associated Press reported, in Utah, Chicago, San Francisco and Hollywood.

On Oct. 19, a group of three men who said they were from California, went to Legends, a pub in Notre Dame, Ind., and left a $5,000 tip.

A pub in Ogden, Utah, received a $1,000 tip from a man described as young and stylish; he, too, came in with some friends.

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