A young boy in North Carolina got his Halloween Costume for free.
Jackson is in a wheelchair because of a unique neurological disorder, but he loves Halloween just like any other kid.
A Home Depot manager went above and beyond to help Jackson get the perfect costume. Jackson asked Valerie Baker to help him get the right size cardboard for his costume. But it didn't stop there.
Baker walked all around the store to find additional items to make Jackson's costume a great one. Finally, when they walked up to the counter, Baker paid for the entire bill.
She says it helps her to be able to help Jackson.
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