Secret Santa Surprises Bedridden Man With Cerebral Palsy, Gifting Him a Repaired Ramp for Family's Van

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An Idaho man has spent nearly every day of 2016 cooped up inside his home due to a broken ramp in his family's van, that is, until he received a Christmas miracle. 

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Jake Berry, 24, bedridden and wheelchair-bound due to a lifelong struggle with Cerebral Palsy, had been forced to stay home for a year.

In a contest organized by, a Secret Santa asked the news outlet to give away $100,000 to deserving people in the area. When the site discovered the story of the Berry clan, they made a house call.

Berry's single mother of three, Danette, may have been in on the surprise when a reporter from came to the door, but she was unaware of additional shocks the organization had.

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In addition to paying for a new ramp, which costs about $3,000, the family got $1,500 in Lowe's gift cards to do some home repairs.

"Thank you so much," Jake said, beaming. "That means a lot to me."

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