Construction Worker Hides Waldo On Site Everyday For Kids In Hospital To Find

Not all heroes wear capes and Jason Haney, along with his daughter, are truly heroes.

While working at a construction site next door to Memorial Children’s Hospital in South Bend, Indiana, Haney, with the help of his daughter, created an 8-foot-tall Where’s Waldo caricature he could hide everyday for the children next door to find.

The moment Haney gets word that all of the kiddos have found Waldo, he relocates him to a new place within the construction site until all of the kids find him again.

It became so popular that a Facebook group for the children was created for them to post their finds and cheer up kids. Haney and his daughter won’t stop at Waldo either, the duo is already working on some cut-out “Minions.” Truly heartwarming.

Where’s Waldo




Every day Waldo is put in a different place


And the children go crazy to spot him





If you thought that was cool make sure you check out the guy who built wooden giants in the wilderness for people to find.

Photo credits: Heidi Prescott

h/t HuffPost

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