If I were given $1,000 to help a perfect stranger, I would pick someone with a disability that can't afford life improvements. Many individuals have trouble doing day-to-day activities because they cannot walk or see or hear. For somebody with a walking disability, $1,000 could buy them a new wheelchair or could pay for ramps to be installed around their living quarters. For somebody who cannot see, $1,000 could pay for a class to train them on how to live effectively. For someone who cannot hear or has trouble hearing, $1,000 could buy them a state-of-the-art hearing device. These are the types of people that could most benefit from $1,000, the ones that cannot afford proper health care in an ever increasingly expensive world.