Due to the current Covid pandemic the conventional school year for many American understudies is far from normal, many students have been forced to learn virtually, from home. This roused one handy father in California help kick off the school year making virtual learning somewhat simpler for neighborhood kids without proper work stations.

Mitchell Couch has been a craftsman for more than 20 years, and as of late has kicked off a Do-It-Yourself YouTube channel. He did a quick YouTube video and posted a couple of tips alongside a materials list, trusting that anyone could do it!”

A neighborhood general store found out about the local handymans instructional do it yourself video and offered to gracefully supply materials free of charge! if Mitchell would be willing to build more desks for those in need.

Since getting the free material the demand for the student desks has increased tenfold and he has since fabricated more then 30+ wooden desks, while the solicitations continue to flow in.

Mitchell Couch also shared the story to the Reddit community – where it has since turned into a online sensation with more than 100,000 upvotes from people supporting his good deed and says he’s stunned by the “staggering” publicity the great support has gotten.

The jack of all trades is planning to deliver a second influx of work areas sooner rather than later “on the grounds that we don’t have the foggiest idea whether schools in our general vicinity will be opening at any point in the near future.”

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