Justin Timberlake Gifts Wheelchair Accessible Van for Morristown Teen

Justin Timberlake has gifted $35,000 wheelchair accessible van for Jake Stitt, who’s a Morristown Teen. Jake has Cerebral Palsy, and he is not able to move. The family didn’t have a vehicle to transport the teen around the town. When pop star Justin Timberlake heard about the plight of the family, he decided to step in. The news crew were around the family to capture the moments of excitement when they received a life-changing present. The locals organized a fundraising campaign to buy a van for Jake. However, when Justin heard about the news, he stepped in and bought a Wheelchair Accessible Van as a present for the teen.

Justin Timberlake Gifts Wheelchair Accessible Van for Morristown TeenImage Credit: Business Insider

Justin’s Generous Move 

Source: Daily Mail
Source: Daily Mail

The senorita singer called Stitt clan that a present is ready to arrive outside their home any minute. Justin presented a Big Black Van, and it arrived in their driveway. It was surrounded by local police officials and a news crew. Jake’s ecstatic expressions were recorded by the news crew, and he marveled while sitting on his wheelchair. Stitt was hardly keeping the smile off his face, and the van was presented to him for a new adventure ahead of him. Jake’s father showed his gratitude to Justin Timberlake for the beautiful present, which has changed their life. Stitt’s father said that it was an honor to have a word with Timberlake through Zoom. His father also said the gift had changed their life and they will not have to go through the trouble of moving their child in the town. 

Justin Timberlake Gifts Wheelchair Accessible Van for Morristown Teen

Source: Daily Mail

Justin Timberlake Gifts Wheelchair Accessible Van for Morristown Teen. Jake is suffering from Cerebral Palsy. When Timberlake heard that the locals are raising funds to buy a van for Jake, he took the initiative and bought a Wheelchair Accessible Van for him as a present. There was a big red bow on the gift when it arrived in the Morristown. Jake and his family left overwhelmed by the present. The teen is a kind of celebrity in the town. He sits outside his home, and there are signs around him, reading Honk if you are happy.