A Home Depot store gives a child his birthday gift free of charge
Lake Charles, Louisiana
June 23, 2018 6:49pm CST
A great story from Gaylord Michigan that shows that some hardware companies have a heart of gold dealing with children with special needs. Denise Haight who has a grandson named Cameron who is seven years of age and is autistic, wanted to give her grandson a birthday gift that he would like since he likes to play with mailboxes. Two Home Depot employees named Gary and Lorei approached Denise when they saw her inside the store trying to come up with an idea for a birthday gift for grandson. Denise explained to Gary and Lorei that her grandson likes to play with mailboxes. Gary told Denise to come on Saturday morning so he could create the perfect gift for her grandson. When Denise approached Gary at the service desk, Gary showed Denise the mail box gift for her grandson's birthday. The best part of the story is that Gary told Denise the mailbox for her grandson was free since it is the birthday of her grandson. It goes to show all of us that Home Depot does care for their customers.
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That is so sweet! I love home depot! The company is great for children. My kids really love their work shops and they learn so much from doing them that it really builds confidence and its great to see both boys and girls building and making things!