About Us

WHO?

We are normal, everyday, working people with a passion to see families thrive and have a fair chance at “their” American Dream.

We have started this non profit with “love” for the people and utilized our savings, extra earnings, bonuses and donations to help end this epidemic. We connect with other related non profits that share our work, contact local grade schools to inquire of the students in need and advocate the streets to see the obvious homelessness at hand.

We are leaders, risk takers, Philanthropist, gardeners, Librarians, Publicist, humanitarians, make-up artist, realtors, parents, brothers, sisters, strangers, devoted volunteers and most important we are human.

WHAT?

We are working to make a difference by placing homeless families into homes. We are doing this in a thriving environment, with the support of dedicated donors, sponsors, volunteers, and industry professionals who are on board to help make this happen.

While time, money, materials & love is invested into this movement we still strive to deliver a durable product that will serve as our emergency safe haven for families in need.

Our tiny home initiative will house families in a comfortable, affordable, efficient environment while, allowing them to remain as a family.

Our homes range from 600-800 square feet,* have economical kitchens, baths, beds & living areas.

 

WHY US?

Who else? We don’t wait for the issue to become recognized by the media or masses of politics who will just use the social issue for their campaign boost.

The epidemic is real, and “us” locals want to help our communities, neighbors, children’s school-mates, and those who have no voice to ask for help. The rate for homeless families with children under the age of 18, has increased by 52% within the last decade. This means almost 1 out of 10 families are homeless at the end of the day. While your children are sleeping or eating snacks, two of their classmates are hungry or looking for shelter; or sleep waiting for school to open the next morning to eat breakfast.

 

HOW WE DO IT

Who else? We don’t wait for the issue to become recognized by the media or masses of politics who will just use the social issue for their campaign boost.

The epidemic is real, and “us” locals want to help our communities, neighbors, children’s school-mates, and those who have no voice to ask for help. The rate for homeless families with children under the age of 18, has increased by 52% within the last decade. This means almost 1 out of 10 families are homeless at the end of the day. While your children are sleeping or eating snacks, two of their classmates are hungry or looking for shelter; or sleep waiting for school to open the next morning to eat breakfast.

 

Ambitions

What are tiny houses? The tiny house movement? Tiny living?

Simply put, it is a social movement where people are choosing to downsize the space they live in. The typical American home is around 2,600 square feet, whereas the typical small or tiny house is between 100 and 400 square feet. Tiny houses come in all shapes, sizes, and forms, but they enable simpler living in a smaller, more efficient space.

People are joining this movement for many reasons, but the most popular reasons include environmental concerns, financial concerns, and the desire for more time and freedom.

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