Arnold Schwarzenegger Donated 25 Tiny Houses To Homeless Veterans

It's easy to get gloomy with the state of the world these days. It seems like everywhere you look, there's something horrible happening somewhere. It can be so hard to turn on the news, not knowing what devastation you'll see — especially around the holidays.

However, today I have a feel-good news story for you that will warm your heart and welcome in 2022 on the right foot.

It's no secret our country's veterans are notoriously under-supported.

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It's a heartbreaking pattern of behavior that continues to rock America's bravest.

Thankfully, there are some public figures who have stepped up to help aid the ongoing devastation our veterans feel.

One of those celebrities is Arnold Schwarzenegger, who recently donated 25 tiny homes to veterans experiencing homelessness.

Fox11 news reported that the former Govenor of California paid $250,000 to purchase the structures, located in Los Angeles.

On December 23rd, Arnold took to social media to share the project that's so close to his heart.

"Today, I celebrated Christmas early. The 25 homes I donated for homeless veterans were installed here in LA. It was fantastic to spend some time with our heroes and welcome them into their new homes," he wrote.

"I want to thank @villageforvets for arranging the homes and being a fantastic partner, @secvetaffairs, @amvetshq and everyone who worked with us and made this possible," he continued.

"We proved that when we all work together, we can solve any problem."

Speaking with the news outlet, Arnold explained why supporting veterans is so important to him.

"'It makes me feel good I can give something back to this country that has given everything to me," he said.

What an incredible project that surely changed the lives of all involved.

Way to go, Arnold!

h/t: Fox11