This 10-Yr-Old Is Different, Makes Clothes For The Homeless From Pocket Money

When I was 10-year-old, I used to spend my pocket money and free time playing video games and watching superhero films, but this young kid does something else and is worth making a news in all the leading newspapers and websites.

Xavier Elliott from Arizona sits at his mum’s sewing machine whenever he gets some spare time. He makes clothes for the homeless people, Metro reported.

Well, there is a story behind this. His father is in US military service and was lately assigned in Iraq. After returning back to his home, he was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder. What’s next? The family had to spend time in homeless shelters.

After living in six different homeless shelters they now have their own home, but little Xavier has not forgotten his days spent with other homeless people. He now understands their pains and sufferings. This is the reason why he spends most of his time and pocket money in making clothes for those who are in need.

Xavier makes cloth for UMOM New Day Center, Crisis Nursery and Salvation Army as well.

Check out Xavier’s Facebook page here.