In Wake Forest, North Carolina, Aimee Mcilroy took her son, Jackson, to Home Depot to find some stuff to decorate Jackson’s wheelchair for Halloween. The manager of the store, Valerie Baker, worked with Aimee and Jackson to make sure they had what they needed.
Valerie unboxed a new refrigerator to give them the cardboard – and then walked up and down the aisles to collect other supplies they would need.
And when they reached the register to check everything out, Valerie took care of the entire bill, sending Aimee and Jackson to build the costume free of charge.
Thanks to Jackson’s imagination – and Valerie’s generosity – Jackson will be trick or treating in a custom-made, yellow race car this Halloween.