UPDATE: Paying It Forward In Cheney - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

UPDATE: Paying It Forward In Cheney

CHENEY, Wash. -  A Cheney woman has changed lives by paying it forward. Wednesday night we introduced you to Brandy Madison. She is an unemployed single mom. She and her two kids (ages 13 and 7) live off of $54 a month, half of that goes to rent but they still decided to "give back" their Toys for Tots number so that another family that may be in more need, can have Christmas.
The response from you was overwhelming!

Hundreds of Facebook posts, dozens of e-mails and lots of voicemails wanting to help out Brandy and her family.

Now The Madison's will have Christmas with food, presents and lots of new friends! Brandy also has had multiple job offers to help get her family back on their feet.
 
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