This is what I found on PEOPLE.COM:
When 47-year-old Shane McDaniel, of Lake Stevens, Washington, began cutting firewood back in March, he never imagined his efforts would mark the beginning of a months-long good deed.
“The Pacific Northwest is a pretty rugged area, it’s cold and wet. Once I started, I saw the need and my eyes were opened up,” McDaniel tells PEOPLE. “So many people were stopping and asking to buy it and we just started giving it away.”
McDaniel initially began chopping the wood as a way to feel connected to his late father, with whom he often cut wood as a kid. He carried on the tradition with his twin sons, Henry and Harrison, both 21.
As the wood began piling up around their home over the months, McDaniel decided to put it to good use. The trio decided to give the wood away to families in need of heat.
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