There’s no rest for the wicked. Or talented American football stars, apparently.
Kansas City Chiefs’ quarterback Patrick Mahomes is using his visibility as a rising star—and a not-insignificant amount of precious free time—to contribute to an amazing new project for homeless veterans. Patrick has spent hours painting houses for homeless U.S. veterans, proving that he’s an awesome team player both on and off the pitch.
The “Tiny Houses for Homeless Vets” project is run by former U.S. Army corporal Chris Stout. The project was devised in mind of every man and woman in the Kansas City area who has served in the U.S. military and has since found themselves in need of transitional housing.
The Veterans Community Project is not-for-profit, and their latest venture aims to build and allocate 49 homes and a community center by the end of 2019. The project has built 13 homes in the area so far: all “tiny homes,” perfect for the transition from homelessness to a more permanent living situation.
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