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How Can an Artist Help the Homeless? Like So.


When it comes to having a good heart, look no further than Gregory Kloehn, a crafty artist from Oakland, California, who had the brilliant idea of creating small mobile mobile shelters for homeless people out of recycled an reclaimed resources found on the street. 
 
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His first step in the process isn't a glorifying one - he goes dumpster diving in an industrial area which has high amounts of illegal waste dumping. This is where Kloehn finds the materials for his architectural creations, which he makes out of anything he finds - a door might be a refrigerator door, a foundation might be a cargo pallet, or a window can be the old door of a laundry machine. 

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No one home is like the other, but they all provide a much needed roof above a homeless person's head, a warmer place to sleep in, and wheels so they can take them from place to place. Many have joined Kloehn and volunteered their time to help with this great project. God bless.   

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homes for the homeless
 
homes for the homeless
 
homes for the homeless
 
homes for the homeless
 
homes for the homeless
 
homes for the homeless
 
homes for the homeless
 
homes for the homeless
 
homes for the homeless
 
homes for the homeless
 
homes for the homeless
 
homes for the homeless
 
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