James “Woody” Faircloth and his 6 year old daughter, Luna, decided that they had to #dosomething to help the 50,000 northern California residents displaced by the largest wildfire in the state’s history. So with the help of friends, family and complete strangers, they purchased an RV and drove it 18 hours from Denver, CO to Paradise, California and handed the keys and title to the RV to a family of six who lost everything they owned in the fire. Since then, with the help of countless volunteers, a nonprofit was born and 65 RV’s have been delivered to newly homeless families. RV4CampfireFamily, Inc. provides emergency and transitional housing to survivors of natural disasters by connecting RV donors with eligible survivor families. Hundreds remain on our waiting list still praying for a place to call home again. Help us help.