Saturday, October 24, 2020

Sometimes even heroes need help

 When a wildfire tore through Berry Creek, California, last month, it destroyed the homes of six of the community's seven volunteer firefighter, and the fire station. Even with their own homes gone, the teams pushed on, evacuating neighbors and battling back the blaze.

That's when Woody Faircloth knew exactly what to do. He was able to deliver RVs to the firefighters so they would have a place to stay until they can get back on their feet. Faircloth is founder of the non-profit RV4Campfire Family. This is not the first time he has helped firefighters. In 2018 after watching coverage of California's devastating Camp Fire, he delivered more than 80 RVs to Camp Fire survivors, and remains ready to help whenever needed.

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