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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