8 tires slashed, vans towed away, this was the image Susan Stenberg walked into when she came to work this morning.
" To think someone could come along and do something like this and destroy our vehicles," Stenberg said.
About 120 special needs students at UCP rely on these vehicles to get to the center everyday.
" I was shocked and angry that someone would do that to our buses, " Michael Taylor said.
In just a few hours, everything took a turn for the better
A phone call that changed the mood at UCP.
An anonymous donor stepped up to the plate to help pay for the repairs, and now UCP students can pick up where they left off.
" They count on being here, this is their family," Jeffery Snyder, UCP Director said.
UCP employees say, even if they may never find out who slashed the tires or who the generous donation came from, they're just glad to have the center up and running again.
" The possibilities are endless," Stenberg said.
Stenberg says today's act of kindness re- assured her that there is light at the end of the tunnel, and she credits her faith for that.
" It's great to see a smile on everyone's faces again," Stenberg said.