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The foundation will introduce a “Tiny Act of Kindness” project, which will work to transition homeless individuals into tiny village communities and provide rehabilitation programs, along with training and apprenticeship opportunities. The association’s corporate members will help provide the latter.
Holland, who will serve as the foundation’s philanthropy chair, said tiny homes are very economical because they can be repurposed from old shipping containers or discarded semi-truck trailers. More important, they also provide a safe place for homeless individuals to stay and store their belongings.
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