George to the Rescue - a Deserving Mom's New Closet

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A Master elfa Closet Surprise<br />It's not every day you get the opportunity to surprise a deserving mom with a dream closet. So, when Interior Designer, Chasity Centeno, told us about her project with the hit NBC show, George To The Rescue, we were thrilled to help. The show is all about helping deserving people with much-needed home renovations -...

It's not every day you get the opportunity to surprise a deserving mom with a dream closet. So, when Interior Designer, Chasity Centeno, told us about her project with the hit NBC show, George To The Rescue, we were thrilled to help. The show is all about helping deserving people with much-needed home renovations - something right in our wheel house.

 To see the big reveal, watch the episode.

As soon as you hear Denise and her son, Joseph's, story, your heart melts. Denise, a single school teacher, adopted Joseph as a baby. When he was about 4 months old, Denise noticed that her little boy's eyes were shaking. After a trip to the pediatrician turned into an emergency trip to a pediatric neurologist, Denise was told her baby had a very rare condition called Septo-optic Dysplasia and a mild form of Cerebral Palsy. The doctors said he would be blind and would never learn to walk or talk. Devastated, she vowed to do everything she could to prove the doctors wrong. And thanks to early intervention and therapy, 7-year-old Joseph is thriving.    

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