Lazydays & Police Help Remodel ‘Safe House’
Volunteers from Lazydays, an RV dealership in Seffner, Fla., and the city of Tampa Police Department teamed up Sunday (June 27) to replace the old, leaking roof on the Resources in Community Hope (RICH) house, a local safe haven operated by the police department where kids can go after school to study and play in a safe, supervised environment, according to a news release.
The Lazydays “Dream Team” of volunteers was joined by police officers and roofing contractor Michael Martin, owner of Curtis Martin Roofing, who donated professional labor and expertise to the roofing job. Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor stopped by to thank the volunteers for helping out in the community.
The Resources In Community Hope house is a local safe haven operated by theTampa Police Department since 2001. Located in the Sulphur Springs area of Tampa, R.I.C.H. house provides a safe place for kids to go after school to study and play.