Young millionaire turns Good Samaritan for the homeless in Australia

Young millionaire turns Good Samaritan for the homeless in Australia

jordan-grives_vinnies-ceo-sleepout-ambassador-newJordan Grives found it uncomfortable when he saw homeless on the road while traveling in luxurious car to his comfortable place, home. Through his actions he proved that young generations of today were not techno-savvy with a penchant for attractive life style.

Jordan Grives, who is now 26-year-old, conquered the hearts of the homeless through his selfless service for the less fortunate. At the age of 18, he co-founded telecommunications business Fonebox. It was estimated that he make $10 million profit this coming financial year.

The growing number of refugees in Australia promoted him to turn to the homeless. He had raised $35,000 for the St Vincent de Paul Society’s CEO Sleepout. This young man humbly said “I live down the river in Teneriffe and at times when I’m driving through there after work I see some homeless people on the streets. It hits home when you’re driving comfortably to a comfortable house and you see homeless on the streets.”