NEWPORT, PERRY COUNTY—Patrick Madden has been trying to help Jason Fryer and his wife since he knew they were struggling.
"Me and my wife are taking a big chance of our money and giving it to them," said Patrick.
Jason and his wife Valerie are on disability, Jason with a speech impediment and Valerie, a heart murmur.
Jason wants to find work but can't seem to get hired because of his disability.
"It angers me a little bit, cause I don't think people be judged just because they can't speak properly, he can write, he can work at a computer desk, and nobody's given him the chance," said Patrick.
For months they were homeless and eating out of trash cans, now with the help of their friend Patrick and Anne Madden they have moved to Perry County just to be near their helping friends.
"They are suffering in more ways than I can tell you, having it so hard," he said.
Patrick said he wants to pay $200 forward to the Fryers who are struggling to care for their 3-year-old who also has a speech impediment.
He said they would do the same thing for him if they had the chance.
"They offer anything, they are good-hearted, they'll give you their last meal," he said.
The Fryers were shocked and overwhelmed to receive the surprise and said it will go towards buying diapers and food for their son.
"We want for him to have the best of life, we just want to hear words come out of his mouth," said Valerie and Jason Fryer about their son.