GLENDALE, Ariz. (FOX 10) - It's very different from where we used to live, but I'm grateful for this," the Magana family said.
It's an emotional morning for the Magana family, as they're given the key to their new home.
Brenda Warner says she knows all too well about the struggles of having once been a single mother of two herself, and she's grateful that she's now able to give back.
"To look in that mom's eyes and to say, 'I've been where you are, that you can do it, it's worth it, know that when you lay your head down you did the best you could,' I love that I get to do this and now I'm a married mother of seven, so to know that I've been there and I get to help... it's personal," she said.
Every year, Kurt and Brenda Warner partner with a number of local and even national organizations to give families like the Maganas a fresh start, and that fresh start is a renovated and fully-furnished home.
"What a sense of accomplishment it is for a mom or a dad or a family to be able to have a home and a place for kids to call home and that's what's beautiful about this," Kurt Warner said. "They're coming in and they have no idea that it's fully furnished, that the shelves are stocked, the fridge has food in it, TV's, beds, even a Christmas tree."
"It's going to be very cool because we have our new home and our own rooms," the Magana family said. "It's going to be very different to us."
A pleasant surprise and certainly a Christmas miracle, the Maganas say the best part is being able to start his new chapter in a home they can finally call their own.