"Let me get down there so I can check it out now," she said.
It comes after her last van was stolen a few weeks ago. For the second time, Zarate's Auto Sales
gifted the charity with a vehicle.
"They didn't have to do this but the second time? Who really who does that?” Yarbrough-Banks said.
The van is more than transportation. It will be used for women in crisis facing everything from sex trafficking to drugs to prostitution.
"We'll be able to go out on the road and do our outreach that we do two and three times a week, we have more than enough room to transport people to their doctors appointments, job outreach, housing, to bring them to support groups like the one here tonight," she said.
The offering is a reminder that through big hearts and compassion, good can triumph over evil.
"Before I start crying like a little baby I'm going to say thank you Lord for all you do for me," Yarbrough-Banks said.