It was just last week when Kate McClure met Johnny Bobbitt Jr.
McClure's car ran out of gas one night on I-95 on her way into Philadelphia.
Bobbitt was nearby, sitting on the side of the road where he holds a sign every day. He saw that McClure was in trouble and approached her as she got out to walk to a gas station.
"He told me to get back in the car and lock the doors. A few minutes later, he comes back with a red gas can," McClure said.
Bobbitt had used his last $20 to help McClure make it home safe.
Since then, McClure has developed a friendship with Bobbitt. Through their interactions she learned Bobbitt was a Marine, as well as a former first responder.
Their story quickly gained national attention, and donations on the gofundme page McClure set up for Bobbitt skyrocketed, reaching more than $386,000.
On Monday, McClure shared an update on the gofundme page, outlining the plans Bobbitt worked out with his lawyer and a financial planner on how to use the money.
"The first thing on the list is a NEW Home which Johnny will own!! He will never have to worry about a roof over his head again," McClure said.
She added that Bobbitt also wants to buy his dream truck - a 1999 Ford Ranger.
Two trusts will also be set up in Johnny's name - one designed to provide him with a small annual income, and the other managed by a financial planner for retirement.
For daily expenses, a bank account will be set up to help him through until he finds a job.
"And lastly, he will be donating to a few organizations and people who over the last couple of years have helped him get through this rough patch in his life," McClure said.