Teacher Battling Cancer in Tears After Reading Letter That Mortgage & Bills Are Paid Off


Charlie Jabaley has made it his mission in life to make dreams come true.

After becoming a millionaire and realizing there was still so much more to life, Jabaley decided to hit the road on his bicycle to change the lives of people from Los Angeles to New York and everywhere in between.

“In order to make a change in the world… you have to get out there in it,” his website says. “People need help, not only during holidays or special occasions, people need help now. I’m challenging corporations, celebrities, and anyone with a voice… come be a part of this journey with me!”

And along the road at his stop in Phoenix, Arizona, he certainly delivered on his promise. Jabaley came across the story of Rose Esparza, a pre-school aide from Glendale, who is currently battling breast cancer.

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Esparza is going through chemotherapy over the summer, which means she won’t be able to work. Little did Esparza know, others were looking out for her.

Jabaley visited Esparza’s school on May 8 with a few surprises up his sleeve.

“I just wanted to come and thank you for being a hero for everybody,” he told her.

Jabaley’s Dream Machine Tour will be paying off Esparza’s mortgage and medical bills, but they didn’t stop there. Jabaley is also buying her a new car.

In total, Jabaley will be covering $136,000 of her medical bills for chemotherapy, surgery, and reconstructive surgery, in addition to the mortgage and the car.

“She’s shown her resilience and her strength, and we feel she deserves it,” he said.

“She always puts people first, and she deserves this more than anybody.”

After presenting Esparza with her gifts, Jabaley took her outside of school to see her new Dodge Caravan.

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“I feel very blessed with all my family and all the support I have had from everybody,” Esparza said. “It’s a big burden lifted off my shoulders.”

“Thank you. I don’t know what to say,” she continued. “It’s like a fairy tale come true.”

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Liz was a senior story editor for The Western Journal.
Liz was a senior story editor for The Western Journal.
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