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Home Depot has done its part to spread some holiday cheer to a Knox County, Tenn., family.

Janice Hudson told WATE-TV that the Christmas motion laser lights on display outside her home were stolen. Her husband is a disabled military veteran.

Home Depot caught wind of this story and pitched in to help.

The store donated $500 of Christmas decorations, including laser lights and lawn decorations, to the Hudson family.

"God has been wonderful and people have been wonderful," said Hudson. "We couldn't have gotten a better Christmas present."

Watch the above report, and share your thoughts on Home Depot's kind gesture.

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