“Brian Broadway, the director of Find, Feed & Restore, is this week’s Getting Results Award winner. Broadway and a team of volunteers restore donated travel trailers and turn them into temporary housing for homeless families with children. News 6 caught up with Broadway as he was cleaning and repairing a 30-foot Cherokee travel trailer at the Ridgecrest RV Resort in Leesburg. The trailer had a roof leak and needed flooring repair. “One small leak can cause major damage,” he said and pointed out the rotten wood found in the trailer. Broadway has experience with RVs, he was a dealership manager years ago. “A trailer like this can last for the next 10 to 15 years,” he said. “We can put 30 families in this trailer in the next 10 to 15 years and bring them from homeless to hopeful.” Broadway said he has a list of at least 25 families with kids waiting for an opportunity to get off the streets. “
Read the whole article and watch the video, Restored travel trailers provide sanctuary for homeless families with children, here.
Learn more about Brian K. Broadway’s project, Find, Feed & Restore, here.