Woman Wins $350 Million Dollar Powerball, Decides To Share New Wealth With Veterans Who Need It

Most of us have a list ready with the things we would do if we ever win a Powerball lottery. But one recent winner in Iowa surprised everyone with how she chose to spend her windfall.

Lerynne West was a partial winner of a large Powerball jackpot. The first thought for West was not a home or expensive cars. It was also not fancy clothes or jewelry. The first thought for West was a charity for U.S. veterans. She promptly donated $500,000 of her winnings to this cause.

The single mother made an appearance on Ellen where she discussed her lottery win and talked about what she will do with the $350 million. The Callum foundation was created by West. The non-profit will provide assistance for people living in poverty, assist with the welfare of animals, and provide support for U.S. veterans.

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