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Kids II Donates Gear for Random Act of Kindness

ATLANTA -- With the help of Alpharetta-based Kids II, 11Alive News surprised a new mom with new baby gear for a "Random Act of Kindness."

Jackie has struggled in recent months. After her baby girl Jayla was born, they became homeless.

But now Jackie's getting back on her feet at Summit Trail, a young adult transitional housing program run by the nonprofit CHRIS Kids.

"I have a job now," Jackie said. "I'm going to school next for RN at Georgia Perimeter, then I'll transfer to Georgia State." 

"She's a terrific young mom, and this gift really is helpful to her," said Kathy Colbenson, CHRIS Kids CEO. "It will help in her journey moving forward."

Jayla, 5 months, was all smiles when her mom let her test out the gear.

Kids II donated three items from  the InGenuity Collection: an automatic bouncer, sleepeasy playard and cradle sway and swing.

Our thanks to Kids II, CHRIS Kids and the United Way of Atlanta for this Random Act of Kindness.


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