Rajan Sandhu was diagnosed with a rare cancer, which eventually took his life. Rajan was always a generous individual who helped others when he could, but his level of generosity was most inspiring the years after he was diagnosed. You may have seen him in the downtown east side handing out McDonald hamburgers to hundreds of people, or in Surrey handing out sandwiches and other treats. Rajan worked for UPS and when he heard of a coworker who was diagnosed with cancer he paid for that coworker to enrol in programs at Inspire Health, a cancer agency which is not publicly funded. This was a complete shock to the coworker because she had never met Rajan, and he paid more than $500 for her to be a part of Inspire Health.