We reported Wednesday, Rushing Wind Fellowship was in need of donations after their shower trailer was vandalized Monday night and left without power. A local electric company fixed the trailer cable Thursday afternoon.
Brother Mike Swearingen says they received calls from 12 electricians in the area and they received $250 in donations.
We first reported a power cable was cut at the Fellowship leaving their showers useless. Arrow Electric repaired the cable for free this afternoon and installed a light behind the building near the shower. The family owned business says they read the story on Crossroads Today Facebook page and knew they had to help the homeless.
"I always try to help out the homeless when I see them around the stores and stuff like that. I know my dad tries to help out too. It felt pretty bad that someone would do something like this and figured we'd give out a helping hand," Arrow Electric electrician, Matthew Chacon said.
Brother Mike says hes very blessed and thankful for the response from the community, local electricians and Newscenter 25.