Anonymous Donor Pays One Year's Rent In New Apartment For Homeless Family
December 27, 2015
The Ellis family received the Christmas present of their dreams — a place to call home for the holidays.
Latoya Ellis, a single mother who lives with her three kids in Chicago, fell on hard times after she was laid off and eventually evicted from her apartment in August. Ellis' story was covered by local TV station ABC7 in November, and after learning about the single mother and her family, many viewers felt compelled to help.
Among those who reached out to the family, one thoughtful donor, who wishes to remain anonymous, gave them a life-changing gift — an entire year of rent paid in full.
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