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ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Former St. Louis Rams quarterback Kurt Warner and his wife, Brenda, continue to give back to the St. Louis community. Their First Things First Foundation made things a little brighter for two St. Louis families.

On Friday morning, they surprised single mothers Camille Hill and LaTonia Hill and their children by completely furnishing their new Habitat for Humanity Homes.

The foundation teamed up with Aarons, Inc. and U-Haul to provide furniture for everyone room in the house. The families also received a computer, television, and a washer and dryer. And both houses were decorated for the holidays with a Christmas tree.

First Things First has rewarded the hard work of 43 families since the Warners started the program in 2002. Nineteen total families have been blessed in the bi-state region.

The First Things First Foundation teams with Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis to find the unsuspecting candidates, who have taken the necessary steps to become first-time homeowners.