(GOOD NEWS NETWORK) – Chances are, when the Stitt family was raising money to buy a wheel-chair-accessible van to give their 17-year-old son who has cerebral palsy a better quality of life, they weren’t wishing on a star – but that didn’t stop music legend Justin Timberlake from stepping in and making their dream come true.
When fellow Tennesseean Timberlake learned of the Stitts’ crowdfunding campaign, he didn’t just hop on the bandwagon, he decided to pay for Jake’s custom-built van and arranged to have it delivered to the family.
“He caught the story and was just very touched… and he wanted to reach out,” Tim Stitt told news channel WJHL. “It was just a blessing to be able to speak to that gentleman and for him to be able to meet Jake and see what he needed.”
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