Bungie brings a recovering child a Halo helmet
A couple weeks ago a father asked for some help on Reddit. His son received a liver transplant two days prior and those two days were, as he put it, "bumpy." He asked Reddit for help contacting the Bungie Foundation for something to make his Halo-loving son, who wanted a too-expensive-to-afford replica assault rifle for Christmas, feel better.
Bungie responded all right... with a replica helmet.
That's Carter's helmet from Halo: Reach, by the way. A Bungie employee, Christine, brought him the helmet, some t-shirts, and a card signed by the staff. This made him feel a whole lot better, and his father says he was "absolutely shocked" when he got the helmet.
Kudos to Bungie for this!
(If any of you are worried about a five-year-old playing an M-rated game, his father says that he doesn't play the game like you or I would, he just sort of goofs around and that he likes the concept more than the game itself. He spends more time with his action figures than the games.)
You can look up the image gallery here: http://imgur.com/a/Xdjdj