10 Year old boy uses his pocket money to make clothes for homeless kids


Xavier Elliot, 10 years old, used to be homeless and spend a lot of time in different homeless shelters with his family. After he and his family found a place to live, Xavier started saving up his allowance to make clothes for kids who can’t afford them. Xavier got inspired by his mom, who runs a veteran support group, when he saw her sewing a purse.

His mom said she thinks the idea came to him from everything they have endured and wanting to make a difference for other people. Xavier doesn’t just want to make clothing but also wants to make tote bags for homeless kids, so they have something to keep their clothes in.


You can follow this project on the family’s Facebook page.

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Posted on June 29, 2015 in Remarkable people, Their smallest acts

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