This man surprised dozens of homeless people with brand new tiny houses he built

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Elvis Summers has made it a full time job to put a roof over the head of some of Los Angeles' homeless people by building tiny homes for them.

Read: Woman Gives Her Boots to Homeless Stranger on the Subway

He is helping people in need before the holidays so that they can have a home before the temperatures drop.

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This man surprised dozens of homeless people with brand new tiny houses he built
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Summers expressed fear that without shelter, people who were living on the streets would die.

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R.I.P. Linda. I'm sorry i couldn't get you your house in time. Why Do I do What I do? Let Me Show You...Please Like and Share! #ShareTheGood~Elvis Summers

Posted by Elvis Summers on Wednesday, December 2, 2015

"I build tiny houses for the homeless because it's the right thing to do. We are all human beings and nobody should be homeless," he told INSIDE EDITION.

"Regardless of how someone became homeless, we're not animals or non-intelligent beings, we should be better than we are. More compassionate."

Elvis has built dozens of houses for the homeless and hopes to have completed 10 more before the end of the year.

He said: "My ultimate goal is to make the world better. To remind people what's important in life, like life itself, and to help people."

In April, his mission caught the attention of many after six million people viewed a video he posted of an elderly man received a tiny home he made.

Read: This Man Built a Tiny House For a Homeless Woman and Made a Big Impact

"These people need our help, they are dying out there and nobody cares. I won't turn my back on that, no matter what," he said.

Elvis has launched a new campaign on GoFundMe so he can continue his mission. For more information, click here.

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