Enjoy this video highlighting our work in 2020! https://youtu.be/L7lnkWIDx8I
FALLing for Kindness
Our lives have changed dramatically over the past seven months and many of our traditional events have been canceled including the state fair, concerts and sporting events that will not allow spectators to attend. However, we are not canceling kindness. Many of the...
Point-in-Time (PIT) Count for 2020 Marion County
As I referenced in this blog post in January, I participated in the Point in Time (PIT) count for the first time. The Coalition for Homelessness Intervention and Prevention (CHIP) in collaboration with the IU Public Policy Institute (PPI) recently released results...
A Tiny Act of Kindness Featured on the News Again
Thank you WRTV6 and Nicole Griffin for your support and for sharing our story. Quality and affordable housing is difficult to find and has caused many to find shelter anywhere including on the streets. Our goal is to build 25-30 tiny homes at Camp Camby in Hendricks...
Word Is Spreading
We believe everyone deserves a home and hope! We posted on Facebook about our new land where we can begin building our tiny homes for the homeless and Aleah Hordges a reporter for WISH-TV/Channel 8 saw the post that someone shared in a feed. She was intrigued and...
There Are Many Paths To Homelessness
I went to the village and met with the staff and was given a key to a tiny home, which I was not expecting at all.
Be A Tiny Part of Something Big #GivingTuesdayNow
A Tiny Act of Kindness can make a big difference in the lives of so many. #GivingTuesdayNow is an opportunity for people around the world to stand together in unity--to use their individual power of generosity to remain connected and heal. In this time of uncertainty,...
Announcing Our New Tiny Home Village Location
We have some really great news! We have located a place where we can start building our tiny houses and we have moved our first tiny house that we have to this location.
Virtual Interview with Sharon Lee – Low Income Housing Institute, Seattle, WA “Our 400 tiny houses are helping about 1000 unsheltered individuals per year”
We have moved in people who haven’t had heat for 6 years and when we show them the heater and the tiny house they start crying.