A single mother and her young son got the surprise of a lifetime just days before Mother’s Day: a new home to call their very own.
Kurt Warner and his wife Brenda partnered with Habitat for Humanity and the 'Home for the Holidays' program, as well as several other community organizations, to make it happen.
“Brenda and I think back to when we first got together…she was a single mom,” Kurt Warner said Thursday. “Sometimes you find yourself in a position where you need a little bit of help.”
Warner recited a blessing for the home and the family before a ribbon-cutting at the front door.
After they walked into the home for the first time, they were met by a fully furnished interior complete with a crib, toys, a dining room table, stocked cabinets, and everything in between.
On a large TV in the living room was Paw Patrol ready to play, with the toddler screaming in excitement.
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Brenda Warner said when she was a young, single mother, she used to pray for money to appear in her mailbox so she could pay her bills, so being able to give back to someone in the same position she was in is really rewarding.
"It's all about perspective...we're all in this together," Kurt Warner said.