These Two Kids Made A Van Into A Mobile Laundry Mat For The Homeless

In Brisbane, Australia two 20 year old men (Lucas Patchett and Nicholas Marchesi) have taken it upon themselves to make a huge impact on their community. These two friends had a vision to “restore respect, raise health standards, and reduce strain on resources”. They came up with an idea that is rapidly growing attention and momentum around Brisbane. They created a non-profit organization that all started with purchasing a van. This van was no ordinary van at all.

These Two Kids Made A Van Into A Mobile Laundry Mat For The HomelessThese two had a vision that was going to require getting their hands dirty and retrofitting a van to suite their needs.

These Two Kids Made A Van Into A Mobile Laundry Mat For The HomelessThey started by adding walls and a heavy duty electrical system. 

These Two Kids Made A Van Into A Mobile Laundry Mat For The HomelessWith the walls in place and the electrical system wired, Lucas assembled a heavy duty platform. 

These Two Kids Made A Van Into A Mobile Laundry Mat For The Homeless

These Two Kids Made A Van Into A Mobile Laundry Mat For The Homeless

These Two Kids Made A Van Into A Mobile Laundry Mat For The HomelessIt was time to paint. They had only one option, orange. The name of the non-profit they created was Orange Sky Laundry.

These Two Kids Made A Van Into A Mobile Laundry Mat For The HomelessThe interior of the van was complete and came out perfect.

These Two Kids Made A Van Into A Mobile Laundry Mat For The Homeless

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