Arnold Schwarzenegger: He Donated a New Home to 25 Homeless People!

Arnold Schwarzenegger: He Donated a New Home to 25 Homeless People!

About 50,000 people live on the streets in Los Angeles, a city of the beautiful and wealthy. This is mainly due to the exorbitantly inflated rental prices, which many can no longer pay. 25 of you have now Arnold Schwarzenegger (74) made a huge Christmas present. He gave them a new home.

Thanks to Schwarzenegger, 25 homeless veterans moved into smaller homes

The former governor of the US state of California spared no expense or effort and bought a total of 25 so-called tiny houses. These tiny houses, which cost a total of $250,000 according to the television station “Fox 11”, are typically between 15 and 45 square meters in size.

“Today I celebrated Christmas early,” Schwarzenegger said via Instagram on Christmas Eve. “The 25 homes that I donated to homeless veterans were set up here in LA. It was wonderful to spend some time with our heroes and welcome them to their new homes.” A mentoring gift for yourself in 2022 can also be, There are pregnancy rumors about their daughter Katherine (32).

Schwarzenegger: “It’s Christmas”

Photos of his travels show him with a baseball cap in the middle of the tiny house, he personally greets some of the new residents. The homes may be small, but for the 25 veterans who have had to live in tents on the street all season long, it’s a real blessing. “We’ve proven that if we all work together we can solve any problem,” insists Schwarzenegger, Joe will shoot the sequel to the movie “Twins” with Danny DeVito in 2022,

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On Twitter, he appealed to his followers: “That’s Christmas. It’s all up to you to do something for someone else this Christmas season. It doesn’t have to be big. Just take a few minutes of your time.” . Helping someone else.”

Ex-Terminator very warmly – a great gesture to celebrate!

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