The American actor illustrated himself in the most beautiful way for these end of year celebrations. By making a donation to an association of homeless veterans, he allowed the construction of 25 “mini-houses”.
The world-famous actor posted a few pictures on his Twitter account on December 23, while visiting the houses financed by his donation of 250,000 euros.
Association Village for Vets responsible for helping the veterans of the American army who find themselves in the street also thanked the ex-governor of California for his gesture.
Room Rater shout out to @Schwarzenegger for helping 25 homeless veterans find homes of their own. 10/10 @VillageforVets https://t.co/QwlWdeACr2
– Room Rater (@ratemyskyperoom) December 24, 2021
Very invested in the struggles against global warming, racism and even poverty, Arnold Schwarzenegger went there to talk to veterans in difficulty.
“This is the greatest Christmas gift!” @Schwarzenegger donates 25 tiny homes to homeless vets at the VA in West LA.
For the first time in a long time, these vets are now off the streets.
Watch @TheIssueIsShow for an exclusive tour & interview w Arnold & @PSchwarzenegger pic.twitter.com/qaHkNpJ4Gj
– Elex Michaelson (@Elex_Michaelson) December 24, 2021
The former governor of California measures the extent of the housing crisis that has hit the state for several years. The Courrier Internationnal also reported 160,000 homeless people last June.
These temporary accommodations will allow these veterans of the American army to benefit from a dry place to spend the end of year holidays, before being able to find stability.