A Double-Decker Bus is Now a Homeless Shelter!

Two women in England have transformed a double-decker bus into a homeless shelter.

Sammy Barcroft and Joanne Vines discovered the bus, which was headed for the scrap heap, and thought it would be a great way to keep homeless people warm before the cold weather hit.

So, they raised about $10,000 and rallied about 70 people to help with renovations. They were able to install 12 bunk beds, a living room area and a full kitchen.

Homeless advocates in their area say the bus will be able to help hundreds of thousands of people in the coming years, all because two women saw a bus, but imagined something so much more.

 (The Sun)

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