Two Petrolia students gave back to someone who has motivated them to do the most with their lives.
A waitress who makes sure customers are happy got a special tip because of her constant smile.
Ruby Monroe turned the tables on a dear friend of hers, by giving back after she has received so much.
A pastry chef at Kathy's Bakery wanted to Pay it Forward to a single mom who recently hit a rough patch.
A Wichita Falls woman wanted to give the money to stop Alzheimer's.
A 97-year-old home bound woman didn't let the wall of her apartment stop her from paying it forward
A Wichita Falls local Pays it Forward to a Grandmother who works full time to help support her grandchildren.
A four time stroke victim wanted to Pay it Forward for all of the help he received.
Juan chose a man known for fixing dings and dents on cars for many Texomans.
Tricia Golding will make your day with her enthusiasm, as she made the day of those at the Nonprofit Center of Wichita Falls.
A Windthorst mom wanted to Pay it Forward to St. Mary's Youth Organization.
A long time resident of Wichita Falls who attended Zundy Jr. High wanted to Pay it Forward to the school and help a teacher.
David Potter is responsible for all of the water that riders will drink in the Hotter'N Hell hundred ride and wanted to Pay It Forward.
A Wichita Falls woman wanted to Pay It Forward to the Hirschi Husky band by.
Barbara Palmer wanted to use the $300 to pay it forward to....
A Waurika plumber was the first to spot our Pay It Forward truck while we visited Waurika, Oklahoma.
Wichita Falls long time local Frances Hoepfner wanted to help as many people as possible in Pay It Forward.
Canales caught the Pay-It-Forward truck before it even left the driveway, all to help a special friend
Erik Sabine pays it forward to life long friend who is attending school at Midwestern State University.
Delton Childers pays it forward to his best friend suffering from medical condition.
Local woman stumbles on pay it forward to local pastor.
A Lawton man missed his turned but ended up finding the pay it forward truck to...
Gil Peters wanted to Pay It Forward to a special friend of his who suffers form....
What would do if you were given $300 and one hour to help someone else with that money? On Wednesday, someone in Texoma got that chance thanks to our Pay It Forward crew of Jon Hansen and photo journalist J.D. Williams.
You must be at least 16 years of age with a valid driver’s license.
You will have 1 hour to Pay it Forward.
Pay It Forward recipient may not be a relative or co-worker.
Your Pay It Forward segment may or may not appear on KFDX 3 News, KJTL Texoma's FOX, or Texomashomepage.com.
For a complete list of contest rules click here.