Most of us go through rough patches in our lives, but we usually don’t get help from fourth-graders to reach the other side.
Navy veteran Eddie Browning and his wife Cindy were living in a practically unlivable camper—it had been damaged by fire and they were sleeping in the freezing cold every night.
Little did they know that a fourth grade project would have the solution to their problems.
Students at Elm Street Elementary in Rome, Georgia had built a tiny house for the Georgia Tiny House Festival and gave it to them at the end of the festival.
The project was so successful, the school will build a tiny house each year for a family in need.
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