Anton Savchuk is a humble Russian man who took on an inspiring mission. The 33-year-old construction worker decided to make the lives of pensioners and war veterans better by renovating their homes using money only from his pocket.
“When I was watching TV, I noticed how poorly some of the people who get medals or gifts from officials live,” Savchuk told Bored Panda. “These people are living far from good and it really bothered me. I thought, ‘How is this possible that those who served their motherland could live like this?’ War veterans are remembered once a year, on the 9th of May (Victory Day). People with disabilities live in similar conditions. If my project lives on, I’ll include struggling teachers and doctors as well.”
You can see some of Savchuk’s renovations on Instagram, where he shares his heartwarming results.