A man in Utah bought Olive Garden's unlimited pasta pass and decided to get into the holiday spirit by giving back to the homeless.

Matt Tribe originally bought Olive Garden's unlimited never ending pasta pass for himself like many others, but came up with a different, more charitable way to use it.

Olive Garden offered 1,000 cards as part of their Never Ending Pasta Bowl promotion. The pass gives the buyer unlimited meals for seven weeks. Tribe decided to use this opportunity to create his own movement called, "Random Acts of Pasta" to help homeless people around his area.

Everyday, I'd go get pasta and I'd just go show up on someone's house and brighten their life with some Olive Garden.

"Everyday, I'd go get pasta and I'd just go show up on someone's house and brighten their life with some Olive Garden." said Tribe.

At first it started with friends and family, but turned into something much bigger. Tribe created a mini documentary on Youtube, showing him delivering meals to the homeless.

"It was super fulfilling," says Tribe. "Because the entire time I was doing this for a month, just about every night, the only thing I was thinking about was who could I take Olive Garden to, who could I do Random Acts of Pasta to, who could I do something nice for."

Tribe was giving the ok from Olive Garden to share his pasta pass and he says he has no regrets and it has changed the way he looks at the world. "You forget about all your worries, you forget about all your troubles," says Tribe. "Everything's better."

Watch the amazing video of this act of kindness below: