Black Teacher Methany Thornton and Her Family Surprised With Furnished Home: “You're God-Sent”

Black Teacher Methany Thornton and Her Family Surprised With Furnished Home: “You're God-Sent”

  • A Marietta Middle School educator has been surprised with a fully furnished home after closing on her new Habitat House
  • Methany Thornton and her husband also received R98K in addition to the house from the iTHINK Community Foundation
  • The mother, grandmother and wife thanked her benefactors and prayed for God to bless them for the kind gesture

Methany Thornton, a Marietta Middle School teacher, has been surprised with a fully furnished home after closing on her new Habitat House.

The gesture was made public by Habitat for Humanity Northwest Metro Atlanta in the United States of America.

Photos of Methany Thornton and her loved ones.
An African-American mum and teacher was surprised with a new home. Image: Wsbtv
Source: AFP

A cash surprise

Thornton was surprised by the iTHINK Community Foundation of iTHINK Financial. The educator received keys to the newly furnished home in the presence of her family.

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The mother of a daughter, two grandsons and her husband also received a cheque of R98K from the credit union for any essentials they might need when moving in.

Grateful mum

Thronton is a Social Emotional Learning Teacher at Marietta Middle School, where she has taught for more than six years. She also serves as a cheer and lacrosse coach.

“Thank you for all you do for people like me in the community. You truly are God-sent, and I pray that as you continue to bless others, God will bless you even more,” says Thornton, per WSBTV.

The family formerly resided in Cartersville in a townhouse with no yard for the grandchildren, but they now have a larger home just minutes from work. Congrats to them.

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Young woman gifts parents a stunning mansion

In another story reported by Briefly News, Hlelile Mbanda (25) has brought joy and happiness to her parents by building them a mansion after decades of living in falling mud houses. According to some residents, she is the first person to build such a house at her age in her neighbourhood in eMaphephetheni, Ndwedwe.

Hlelile said it has been always her dream to get her parents out of their misery. She said anybody who lived in a house built with blocks in her area was seen as a very rich person.

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