Homeless Family Is Overwhelmed With Joy After Having Their Home Refurbished

Caters_NewsPublished: January 31, 201758,309 views
Published: January 31, 2017

Unfortunately, Lamanda Brown and her four children got used to sleeping on the floor, until kindness came through and they got a newly refurbished home. This Detroit family had been living in a homeless shelter for five months before they moved into social housing, which wasn’t much better since it only had one mattress and a handful of blankets for the five of them to share.

In this heart-warming video, the homeless family comes home only to find that their house is completely refurbished by a charity. This family was given the surprise of a lifetime when charitable organisation Humble Design stepped in and transformed their social housing living condition, into a real home, including beds for everyone, a comfy sofa, a table to eat at, and even presents under the Christmas tree. This year, Christmas came early for the Brown family!

The Brown family can barely conceal their excitement as they walk through the front door on December 13, 2016, covering their mouths in disbelief at the sight before their eyes. It’s hard to not to see the excitement on everyone’s faces when they step into their new warm and welcoming home. One little boy fights hard to hold back the tears when he realizes he now has his own bed!

Lamanda says “Our family time together has increased and coming home is joy.”

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