8yo boy goes from homeless to homeowner

8yo boy goes from homeless to homeowner

An American family who fell on hard times and had to live in a shed have turned the tables, making enough money to move out of homelessness and possibly even buy their own place.

It’s all thanks to the eight-year-old son, Aaron Moreno.

The first-grader started his own plant business which soon became Insta-famous. This then attracted more people to their GoFundMe Page.

They’ve now amassed over US$40,000 (AU $54773.52) in savings since the coronavirus began.

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media_cameraAt time of writing, this was how much the fundraiser project had made.

Single mum Berenice Pacheco lost her job in March because of the coronavirus, giving her and her three children no choice but to live in a shed in East Los Angeles.

“We didn’t have any other options,” Pacheco, 30, told TODAY Parents.

Ms Pacheco’s eight-year-old son, Aaron, wasn’t able to complete his schoolwork in the small space.

The family had to use the bathroom at a nearby restaurant.

At the height of a LA summer, they were forced to endure incredibly hot conditions.

“As a mother, it broke my heart. I felt like I was failing my kids,” Ms Pacheco said.

“The playground always made them happy, but then the playgrounds shut down,” she said.

“We were stuck in that shed.”

Out of desperation, in March Ms Pacheco gave her son everything she had — $12 — after his suggestion that he start his own business selling plants.…

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