Shower To The People! Generous Man Turns Old Truck Into Mobile Shower For The Homeless


Jake Austin has done something incredible for the homeless population of St. Louis Missouri. He purchased a $5,000 dollar truck on craigslist and then he converted it into a mobile shower. Now he drives around and helps homeless people clean themselves up. Jake Austin bought an old truck for $5,000 and turned it into a mobile shower unit.


It contains two shower stalls.


And some sinks and mirrors.


People using the showers are provided with clean towels.


A safe washing facility.


And free bath supplies.


The truck is currently based in the St. Louis area , but Austin hopes to expand to more cities in the U.S. soon.


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