Crafty Girl Builds Tiny House; Donates It To Homeless
Growing up with a contractor father, Kendall Ronzano, 20, has a love for building and bringing ideas to life. At age 16, she put those interests to use and started building a tiny house.
Her plans came to life when she finished the tiny home, complete with porch and loft, living room, dining area, kitchen, bathroom, and two sleeping areas. The house has its own electrical and plumbing systems, and propane boat heater.
What will did she do with her creation? Give it to the homeless, of course. This tiny house is perfect for someone in need. She was originally going to find a place in her community, but she heard of a great organization who could put it to good use. It is the newest addition to the Austin based Mobile Loaves and Fishes' 27-acre homeless Community First! Village.
Over 800 hours of the teens time was spent building this gift for a needy family. You go, girl!
H/T Monteray Herald