Good Samaritan Donates 95 RVs to Homeless Wildfire Victims

Most will never experience the emotional trauma of witnessing your life literally “go up in smoke” from a devastating wildfire, or the debilitating feeling that comes when realizing treasured family mementos and photographs will never again be shared or viewed. We are thankful for being alive without a doubt, but what comes next? Where will we go? For some, it will involve living with extended family members. For others, it may be a revolving door of temporary hotels, motels and emergency shelters.

Those questions were floating through the mind of Woody Faircloth while watching news coverage of the devastating and deadly Camp Fire in California in 2018. The fire had consumed over 153,336 acres, along with destroying hundreds of homes during Thanksgiving week. Read more