Do You Believe That This Mobile Washing Machine Was From A Van?

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People with the smartness and wisdom do well in creating something special and useful. Two 20-year –old Samaritan, Lucas Patchett and Nicholas Marchesi has successfully turned an old van and a generator into a mobile Laundromat. They started this project in July, which has been supported by the most majority of the people. Now they spend five days a week washing clothes for the homeless in Brisbane. Look this two guys and the miracle.

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Lucas Patchett (20) and Nicholas Marchesi (20), noticed that not enough was being done to help meet the homeless’ hygiene needs

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That’s why they created Australia’s first mobile laundry for the homeless. Now they spend 5 days a week doing laundry for the homeless in Brisbane

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“A privilege that so many of us take for granted. This is the first time Mick has been able to wash his clothes and blankets. Born in Brisbane and living on the streets Mick can’t afford to wash his clothes or transport them. Thanks for your continued support of our program. “

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“Meet Ricky. He wants to thank you for all your donations and support. He sleeps rough on the street with his dad and today they were able to wash all of their clothes. “

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Lucas Pratchett, one of the co-founders, poses in front of the van’s laundry machines

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You can help them out by donating online – $6 will cover the cost of a cycle of washing for 1 person. “Have a look, we really appreciate it along with your continued support!“

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