Transcript for Disney and Points of Light Volunteer Family of the Year nominee: Meet the Aguirres
Now it's time to meet our next Disney volunteer family of the year finalist. One of the most amazing families chosen by Disney and the nonprofit points of light for the impact they make on their communities and, will, I love that you are doing this and bringing us a nominee each morning. Thanks, robin. It is a great week highlighting all these family, some of them who are going above and beyond to help others and narrowed it down to the top five. This morning we're visiting a family from Texas. Take a look. It was a chance encounter with a homeless person that launched this morning's finalist from McAllen Texas when daughter Emily was 6, seeing that person in need prompted questions and I really couldn't believe how someone could be homeless and wanted to do anything I could to help them. Reporter: From Emily's teachable moment came Emily's meals feeding the homeless 40 meals a day. A family operation. You know that that meal made a difference. You know that it means the world to them. Deep down that's what we're meant to do. How are you doing today, miss Stacy. Reporter: They don't just supply food. Do you have shaving cream. Reporter: They created this homeless shelter for them 240 shower in. They can get a fresh pair of clothe, a towel, some shampoo and conditioner and will go somehower. They're helping somebody that can never repay you. We don't want anything in return. How are you doing? The homeless people have stumbled and they need help getting up sometimes and with this family right here they give you motivation to stay up once you get up. They keep me going every day. We're homeless but not hopeless. Exactly. Exactly. Homeless but not hopeless. There's always hope. And we still have three more families left to tell you about this week. Then we want everyone at home on Friday, we want to pick who you think should be named the volunteer family of the year. The winning family, robin, gets a trip to Disney world and a $10,000 donation to the organization of their choosing. I love what they said about how they help you stay up once you get up. It's really powerful. A 6-year-old girl doing that for her community. Texas strong. We got a lot of proud Texans in the audience this morning. We do. The Texas Orange going. Tennessee Orange. Objection oh, excuse me. Don't make that mistake. All right, let's get over to
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