Tyler Perry Donates A Brand New Van To Georgia Woman After Hers Is Stolen

Alicia Day, a Georgia woman with cerebral palsy, was devastated after she found out her specially-equipped Chrysler Town and Country van was stolen from her Decatur driveway on Sunday night.

Amidst the craziness and drama that constantly fills up the Hollywood spotlight, it is moments like these that make you realize how much good a single celebrity can do.

Alicia Day, a Georgia woman with cerebral palsy, was devastated after she found out her specially-equipped Chrysler Town and Country van was stolen from her Decatur driveway on Sunday night. 

Working part-time as a greeter at Home Depot, Day told the Atlanta station WSB-TV that she prides herself on being independent, and she and her mother used that van to get her to and from work and doctor appointments every day. 

It turns out that Madea creator and director Tyler Perry heard about Day’s struggle on a news report, and has decided to give her a brand new van!

Day said that when she heard of Perry’s kindness, her “mouth just dropped to the floor”.

Good for both Day and Perry.  If anything, I hope the gesture motivates everyone to do just a little good every day, even if it’s for someone they don’t know.

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