For , the past few years have been filled with challenges. Hulin was diagnosed with stage four cancer in April 2015, just one month after she and her three daughters, ages 13, 12, and 9, had moved into a new home.
Unable to work due to treatment for stage four cancer, single mom Juana Hulin, feared that she would get behind on her bills while waiting for her supplemental security income to be approved. It was then that Hulin heard about the Ark, a non-profit organization that serves low-income, working families in the Athens, Georgia, area.
Once she was back on her feet, ARK called Juana in explaining they had a special gift for her. Hulin told TODAY Parents, that when she went to the Ark, she was given a beautiful bouquet of flowers and a handwritten card, both provided by an anonymous donor.
“I’m a single mom, and sometimes as mothers, we don’t worry about ourselves because we just want our kids to be OK. It brought tears to my eyes because the thought of someone thinking of you on Mother’s Day who doesn’t even know you — it just really warmed my heart and lifted my spirits,” said Hulin.
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