LOVE Park homeless couple moves into new house

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Nine days after their son was found wandering alone at night in LOVE Park, a homeless couple has a house and their own beds to sleep in.

The Action Cam was there as volunteers from the organization Chosen 300 helped Angelique Roland and Michael Jones unpack.


They have a home and everything inside it because of the generosity of strangers who heard about their story.

Gray Wirth, CEO of Impact Thrift Stores, tells us, "We feel blessed to be able to help this family get reestablished in a home and have a safe home for their whole family. So we're donating the furniture and all the furnishings for the house, getting them back on their feet again."

So many donations poured in that rent and utilities are covered for a year.

The couple is still working with the state to get their children back.
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