When you've lost everything in a fire it would stand to reason that an iPod Nano would not mean a whole lot, but for teens who live by the power of music, an iPod is one accessory that can practically be a life saver. "More than 100 high school students in the Poway school district who lost homes in the October wildfires have received a surprise gift – iPods donated by Apple." Source: The Union Tribune
Poway resident Steve Boyack, asked Apple for the donation on behalf of the teens at Rancho Bernardo High. He said Apple officials didn't want any publicity. “It was strictly from the heart and just wanting to help,” Boyack said. Most often it only takes one person to start the chain of giving through compassion when observing the great misfortune of others. I have much respect for Mr. Boyack as he chose to step up for the kids of Poway and for Steve Jobs who helped bring a small bit of hope back to those who've lost so much.
via Engadget (read)