Updated May 29, 2014 - 2:19 pm
Phoenix DJ houses homeless mother and daughter
Ramses Ja has a non-profit called Lunch Bags that hands out food to the homeless in Phoenix.
At the last outing, he noticed a little girl digging through the trash and approached her. He found out that the 5-year-old and her mom are homeless. They can't stay in a shelter because kids aren't allowed.
Ramses, a disk jockey at 101.1 The Beat, felt so compelled to help that he gave them all the money he had in his wallet. It was about $25 and he didn't feel like that was enough.
He asked the mom to give him 48 hours to help -- and help he did.
Check out his video to find out what happened next.
Pamela Hughes, Managing Editor, News Anchor