Be Kind: Man donates homemade banana bread to essential workers

A local union worker is using a family recipe to put smiles on the faces of essential workers.

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- [INAUDIBLE] story in our #BeKind campaign, a local union worker uses a family recipe to put smiles on the faces of essential workers. Sean Reynolds is the owner of a delicious banana bread recipe. Reynolds makes the sweet treats and gives them out to firehouses, police stations, and nursing homes-- hospitals as well-- all to show his appreciation throughout New York.

SEAN REYNOLDS: So I wanted to let them know, hey, listen, we love you, we appreciate you, we thank you for all that you're doing. I started off at one hospital. And right now, I've been to about 100 different locations.

- It turns out New Yorkers aren't the only ones tasting his special banana bread. Reynolds has gone to New Jersey, Maryland, and a George Floyd Memorial event in Minneapolis. If you know of someone doing something kind, we want to hear about it. Email us at abc7ny.com/bekind.