BLUFFDALE (ABC 4 News) – For some children, Halloween is about getting as much candy as possible. But for one teen, Halloween was about paying it forward.

Bluffdale resident Chelsea Milne said she had left a bucket of candy with a sign on her front porch Wednesday evening while she and her husband took both of their children trick-or-treating.

But then she told ABC 4 News she saw several older children raid and empty their big bowl of candy through her Ring doorbell camera footage.

But what followed after surprised her. In a selfless act, a group of children came by and one of them emptied his bag of candy into her bowl.

“I had just happened to show my dad how our Ring camera worked on my phone when these kids came by,” Milne told ABC 4 News. “Kind of a fluke that I even saw them, as we had a ton of different clips recorded from all the trick-or-treaters on our porch.”

Milne posted the video on FaceBook and a neighbor reached out to one of the teen’s mother, Ashley Davis Arbon. She said instead of giving her son, Rayce candy/gifts as thanks, he would like others to pay it forward by donating new or gently used shoes to his family friend, Isaac, who is trying to raise enough money for a seizure alert dog.

If you would like to help Rayce’s friend, Isaac – click here.