It all started with an idea. "I said, 'Luna,' you know, 'why don't we get an RV and we'll drive it to California and give it to a family so they'll have a place to call home for Thanksgiving?'" Woody Faircloth said to his 6-year-old daughter. And for the last three years, the two have made trips from Colorado to California to provide donated RVs for those who lost their homes in the raging wildfires. They gave 20 RVs and arranged nearly a hundred donations, touching the lives of people like Don George, a man who served for nearly 50 years as a firefighter but lost his home. "All I can say is thank God for Woody. You couldn't ask for a better man," said George. Through it all, Faircloth has taught his young daughter about the power of kindness.