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St. Jude Dream Home winners see their Desert Hot Springs Home for the 1st time

After celebrating for a month after being notified that they won the St. Jude Dream Home, Jose Gonzalez and Mary Gonzalez of La Quinta saw their home for the first time. Jose said, "brings chills, you know, and it's just unimaginable to win a home like this".

The Gonzalez family walked through the doors for the first time of their new Dream Home and were filled with such gratitude. They expressed how blessed they have felt and how they cannot wait to officially move in.

Fight childhood cancers.  The Gonzalez family knows what it’s like to shift everything for a medical hardship. Their daughter had cancer during college. 

Mrs. Gozalez said, "It caused him to leave a career in the Navy. So to go back home and take care of her, but she's absolutely okay. She made it and she's a grown woman now and off during the great things that she does".

The five-bed 3 bath home will experience a lot of Gonzalez family time. They are ready to give their La Quinta home to their daughter and move into their desert hot springs dream home.

Mrs. Gonzalez says "it's all been tremendous and kind of hard there and overwhelmed to see all this happened to us. But we always thank God for what we can do".

Leslie Stiles, the project manager for builder gha is happy to have collaborated with so many vendors to bring awareness to St. Jude’s mission. Stiles shares with us that "They have a great mission with fighting and curing children's cancer. And they've done great work over the years".

We also learned that the 4th dream home is underway and it is being built in Palm Desert. Be sure to turn on your notification so you will be notified when tickets are on sale. You could be the next winner.

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Miyoshi Price

Miyoshi joined KESQ News Channel 3 in April 2022. Learn more about Miyoshi here.


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