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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

An Albany family got a little extra help this holiday season thanks to a company from Douglasville.

Annie Green is raising her three great-grandchildren following the death of her granddaughter.

This Christmas, she got the surprise of a lifetime when Tiffany and Bobby Perry with ProComm Advanced Quality Solutions provided toys for her three boys.

"We are so fortunate and blessed to have someone to care that much about us. I never dreamed that someone would do this from the kids," said Annie Green.

The 6, 7, and 9-year-old boys were excited to open up their new games and toys.  

The family even got a TV. 

Green says God sent them an angel when the Perry's came to help.

Tiffany Perry is originally from Albany.

Instead of having a company holiday party, they decided to use the money to help a family in need.

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