Arnold Schwarzenegger Donates $250,000 To Give 25 Homeless Veterans New Tiny Homes

Arnold Schwarzenegger

Arnold Schwarzenegger, the man of the people.

From being Mr. Universe, to his illustrious acting career, and even being governor of California, the man has forever etched his name in the category of “Most interesting man in the world.”

Not to mention, he gave us a sweet life hack by teaching us how to make tequila flavored cigars.

Now, the man is on the move again in the most positive way on this Christmas Eve.

According to FOX 11, the man donated $250,000 to the Village for Vets, a nonprofit in Los Angeles that helps homeless veterans get homes, resulting in 25 new tiny houses for veterans.

He had a lot to say about the generous donation:

“I’m really ecstatic. To me, this is the greatest Christmas gift!”

Veteran Bruce Henry Cooper was one of the fortunate ones to receive a tiny home, and had a lot to say:

“It’s been a life-saver for me. He has not forgotten us. Not forgotten anybody.”

Bob Reynolds of AMVets added:

“They have electricity, they have heating and air conditioning, helps bring a little bit of pride back.”

Schwarzenegger’s son Patrick also joined his father by donating to the nonprofit:

“We owe everything to our veterans, they’ve sacrificed their lives, their families hoods for us and our freedom. It’s the holidays, anything we can do to make other people’s week a little better and happier. It’s all good.”

Arnold also concluded:

“It makes me feel good I can give something back to this country that has given everything to me.”

Major respect.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock