Girl Builds Wooden Houses as a Hobby and Donates Them

 

There is a lot of talk about helping the poor but little gets done. A Californian teen did the opposite. Said nothing but built a house. Kendall Ronzano started building wooden houses at the age of 16 in the backyard. She soon donated the results to the homeless, when the wooden constructions were ready to live in. The first donated item was transported to Texas to a homeless community. Since then, she had several other projects which eventually became larger and more elaborated. She makes the houses compact and transportable.

The young Californian who is now 20 said that she enjoyed constructing houses from Lego and Knex as a child and later learned how to weld and structure correctly a house from the ground to the roof said Marcio Alaor BMG. Kendall is now a college student, and while continuing her construction skills development she is also focusing on the charity side. She solicited public donations of about $16,000 which she used to help 200 people. The parents always supported both her tendencies, Kendall says. Encouraged to dream big, the student is on her way to becoming a famous blogger with her site called Nerd Girl Homes that displays her projects, donation plans, ideas, and the most recent building results.

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