These Teens Raised Money to Build an ‘Impossible City’ For the Homeless, Now They Won’t Stop

By Jack Day

With the help of adult volunteers and the backing of non profit Sawhorse Revolution, high school students in Seattle are learning some valuable lessons about helping those less fortunate than themselves. They recently raised $40,000 on Indiegogo to help fund a project meant to create an “eco’friendly” encampment for homeless people with the hope of providing a place for them to transition into working life.

Watch the video and see how these compassionate kids are on a mission to help by creating these little houses that will hopefully become small parts of an Impossible City.