– Elvis Summers noticed an old woman sleeping in the dirt and decided to make her life a little better
– He built a tiny house for her, where she could sleep and even live
– Now Elvis builds houses for a lot of homeless people, but receives death threats from gang members on the regular basis
Los Angeles resident Elvis Summers noticed a 60-year-old woman in his neighborhood sleeping in the dirt a few doors down from where he lived.
He felt that it was his duty as a human being to help poor people to make their lives better. So it all started with building a tiny house for her out of recycled materials.
Elvis built his first house for a homeless person for five days with a window and sturdy wheels to move it between different locations. It cost him about $500.
Now he has built more than 30 houses and continues to make new building in Los Angeles. But the fact is, he even receives regular death threats from local gang members who treat homeless women as their preys and rape objects.
That’s why Elvis has to wear a bulletproof to keep himself safe.
Watch the whole video with his explanations below.