Pleasant View-Based Nonprofit to Reunite Soldier with Family for Christmas


This soldier family is going to get a big surprise this holiday season (Photo Submitted)


No stranger to good deeds and positively altering countless lives, Liam Changed the World, INC., a Pleasant View-based nonprofit, will be reuniting a soldier with her family this week.


On December 16 at Opry Mills Mall in Nashville, the family of a deployed soldier will be incredibly surprised.


The solider's family is under the impression that they have won Christmas pictures with Santa because their mom cannot come home for Christmas.


"Little do they know that we are bringing her home to walk out to surprise them," a spokesperson for the organization says.


Not stopping there, Liam Changed the World is also donating Christmas presents to the solider's two children, ages one and three.


"It’s going to be a beautiful surprise," the spokesperson added.


This heart-warming story has gained national attention, and will air on CBS nightly news on Friday, December 17, at 6:30 PM (central time).

Liam passed away in July of 2011 and his mother has been "acting as his messenger" ever since (Photo Submitted)


Liam Changed the World, INC. began in 2012 by Mattie Mitchell who tragically lost her son, Liam Cash, on July 19, 2011.


In addition to doing good deeds, LCTW pays medical bills for sick children, assists in taking care of needs families have while at the hospital with a sick child, and helps cover the costs of funerals and headstones for children that pass.