“It was me,” she admitted. “Somebody squealed on me. I’m not bummed, but I didn’t put it out there for me to be found. But I’m not bummed about it. If I can motivate other people to help out, that’s the purpose of all this.”
For the last two years, O’Grady, a Watertown resident, has been popping into Boston and trying to help the homeless—and other people that reside here, whether it be nurses, veterans, or kids—by giving them bags of goodies filled with food, toothpaste, warm socks, and even scarves.