- A kind multi-millionaire puts smiles on the face of a poor homeless couple by giving them a roof over their heads
- The man named Terry McGrath invited the couple who has been living on the street for 10 years to stay with him in his mansion worth $4 million (N1.6 billion)
- Terry's humanitarian gesture to the poor couple was met with backlash from some of his neighbours but he didn't care
A kind rich man turned around the fortunes of a poor homeless African-American couple.
Terry, a US real estate multi-millionaire got them a nice roof over their heads as the couple has lived on the street for about 10 years.
He invited them to stay with him in his mansion just like that
Goalcast reports that the kind man named Terry McGrath invited the couple to be staying with him in his $4 million (N1.6 billion) mansion after learning of their plight.
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Terry was said to have been inspired by the resilience of the couple, Greg Dunston and Marie Mckinzie, despite their predicament.
"The thing that struck me and got me right away was the love between Greg and Marie and how it was able to survive in probably one of the harshest environments on earth. I could feel it."
While Greg had worked as a security guard before getting injured on the job, his wife Marie was a certified nurse assistant and cashier but lived from hand to mouth on the streets of San Francisco, US.
Some residents in Terry's area frowned at his gesture
Dayday News reports that some residents in the area where Terry lives didn't find good in his kind deed to the couple.
Terry said one of them had even called police about the matter but he is unperturbed as the couple is now his family.
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Terry is a divorcee. The incident was said to have happened in 2020.
Man builds fine tiny house that moves on wheels for homeless woman
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a kind man had built a fine tiny house that moves on wheels for a homeless 60-year-old woman.
Elvis Summers who is said to have a place he resides in Los Angeles disclosed that the woman usually greets him each morning he passes by.
Despite her situation, the woman still showed a positive attitude to life and this was how she developed a relationship with her benefactor Elvis Summers.
Elvis had no prior knowledge about tiny houses until he stumbled upon an article about them. He got the materials and set to work.