Go Inspire Go 50/50: LA Man Loans House to Homeless Family for One Year





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Published on Dec 31, 2013

At age 51, Tony Tolbert, a UCLA lecturer and attorney in Los Angeles, moved back in with his mother after being inspired to loan his home to a homeless woman and her four children for one year -- no strings attached. Check out how this experiment of generosity impacted Felicia Dukes' family nearly one year after Tony first gave them the key. What's next will inspire you to think about what you can do to help others. What can YOU do? Please share this video and make a comment if it touches you. You never know who you might inspire!

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