Students at Hoover High School in San Diego surprised the woman they call "Aunt Debra" with a new car. Debra Davis is a food service worker who’s driven a 1976 Chevy Malibu to and from school every day for decades, but the teens gave her a shiny white 2014 Mazda. The car was a stolen vehicle that was recovered by police and then refurbished by the school’s auto body technician program.
In addition to her job, Davis volunteers at 2 nursing homes and serves meals to homeless people. Everyone she colunteers with and the kids at the school worked with the charities Recycled Rides and Kids for Peace, along with State Farm to get the car
"Debbie comes to campus every single day with a smile on her face, ready to take on the day and serve our students," Hoover Principal James Babineau says. "So, to see this gift that so many people have been a part of in making it happen is a wonderful thing."
Debra said "Thank you all so much, thank you all so much. I'm looking for my reward in heaven and you all gave me a little bit here on earth."