In 2012, Dionna Neely lost her job and soon after, lost her home. She and her 8-year old son, Daerye, lived in a homeless shelter for years before finally getting into housing. That's when Humble Design, a Detroit-based charity that furnishes homes with donated goods for people transitioning out of shelters, stepped in. When Humble Design visited them, they just had an air mattress on the ground and a few camp chairs. For Christmas, they came back with a new bed, which ws Daerye’s first bed of his own! A few weeks ago, they came back again with a check for $10,000 from the U-Haul Company of Detroit, a national partner of Humble Design. You gotta see their reactions.