UCF grad starts nonprofit to wash clothes for homeless
At 21 and fresh out of UCF, Briana Daniel got a job as a resort bartender and began using her tips to make change for Orlando's homeless.
Now, her nonprofit Street Team Movement helps launder their clothes twice a week, provides essentials such as hygiene products and arranges mental-health attention. Daniel plans to eventually buy a trailer equipped with showers
."She's 23? Wow," said Roy Donberg, who is homeless and on a recent morning had just left the coin laundry on Washington Street near Lake Eola in Thornton Park, shouldering a backpack and duffel of clean pants and shirts, courtesy of the Street Team.
"She was in the park earlier this year asking people if they need their clothes washed. More power to her. She could be doing a lot of other things," Donberg said....... Full Article Here
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