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.”