By Danielle Chavira

DENVER (CBS4) – Tyler Wilson, a wounded Army veteran, was surprised with 75 strangers at his home. They were volunteers from Home Depot, Semper Fi and America’s Fund.

They helped install a new fence, work on landscaping projects and even installed a new playground for Wilson’s children.

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“Now coming out, watching them, their eyes light up, it’s just unbelievable. I couldn’t be more grateful to everyone who came out to help, it’s truly amazing,” said Wilson.

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The project kicks off the Home Depot Foundation’s Operation Surprise campaign. It’s an annual giving campaign which runs from Veterans Day through the end of the year.

Danielle Chavira