Projects like the Lazydays House wouldn't be possible without the steadfast commitment of many people.
First and foremost are our employees who forego their own needs to donate a portion of their hard-earned salaries to a greater cause each week. Many of these employees live paycheck to paycheck, and work sunrise to sunset just to make ends meet. Yet they still find a way to "pay the kids first."
Some of our customers have become donors too, after learning about the Foundation through our "Fondue and Fun" seminars while waiting for their RVs to be serviced. They spread the word about our causes when they travel to rallies and RV shows across the country.
Those who can't afford a financial commitment, or who want to do even more, volunteer their time to the Lazydays Dream Team. They show up on a Saturday morning to build a playground, paint a building, or supply whatever other skills are necessary. In doing so, they build something special for the children while building a special camaraderie amongst themselves.
Though we're just ordinary people, the Lazydays Employee Foundation has given us the extraordinary means to make sure that children in need are taken care of. We've achieved major victories despite limited resources in the time of a historic recession. Even more amazing, we've done it with no employed staff--just the efficient use of every dollar raised to benefit the children we serve.