Why we do what we do.
The homeless crisis has now reached critical levels in Seattle.
Of the 11, 199 homeless people in Seattle in January 2019*:
- 5,971 people were unsheltered.
- 651 individuals were veterans.
- 98% responded that they would move into affordable housing if available.
- Only 2,207 were in transitional housing.
We decided to do something about it.
Building tiny homes for the homeless is a relatively inexpensive way to get the homeless off the ground and out of the rain in order to support people transitioning into permanent housing. Here’s how we got started…
What can I do? How can I help?
Currently there are 32 tiny homes at Camp Second Chance. Our goal is to build 18 more. This is how you can help.
Want to volunteer on Saturday? Click here to sign up.
*All data from Seattle University’s Project on Family Homelessness / Count Us In.