She Was Sleeping On The Street, Until He Came Out Of Nowhere And Gave Her This Incredible Gift.

Greg Kloehn with homeless woman and miniature home he built

When Greg Kloehn first had the idea for an environmentally responsible urban tiny house, he never guessed the impact it would have in his community.

One cold and rainy night, a woman named Shelia showed up on Greg’s doorstep asking for a simple tarp for shelter… she received a home instead.

Greg along with a team of volunteers have built dozens of mobile tiny homes for the homeless in Oakland, CA. It’s amazing to see how a little ingenuity can completely change a life.

Here’s our takeaway: Helping others is contagious, especially those who can’t help themselves. Even small things, like buying food for a homeless person, can make all the difference in a life.

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