Brandi Revis lived with, mentored and counseled underprivileged homeless children. She elected to reside in a Boys Hope Girls Hope facility to help the homeless children on a daily basis. She was responsible for the operations of the home and creating a family-like atmosphere that supports the development of the full child. Her major responsibilities included: daily decisions regarding health, safety, and discipline of scholars in residence; physical, emotional, social, spiritual and academic development of scholars in residence; tutoring as needed; perform necessary tasks to run a home for scholars in residence (cooking, cleaning, shopping, driving); complete required documentation of scholar activities and understand all aspects of household budget and expense tracking. By counseling and mentoring these homeless children, many of them completed high school and applied to and were accepted by universities to continue their educations to become more productive, successful and happy members of society.