Rebuild the world by helping to create a dozen or more homes for youth in Oakland. The build dates:
Saturday, Aug 17 and Sunday, Aug 18: Framing/Siding
Saturday, Aug 24 and Sunday, Aug 25: Siding/Electrical/Insulation/Sheetrock
Saturday Sept 7 and Sunday Sept 8: Windows/Doors/Flooring/Trim/Painting
The secure 8′ x 10′ Tiny Houses feature windows, a skylight, storage, electricity, and furnishings. They will be constructed on standard trailer frames for mobility and compliance with California codes. The village will include shared facilities for cooking, sanitation, etc. as well as on-site service coordinators from YSA.
The Tiny House Project is also seeking tangible donations – see the list here.
More information: http://youthspiritartworks.org/programs/tiny-house-village/
Sign up at this link:
The Kehilla Economic Justice Committee is working with Youth Spirit Artworks (YSA), East Bay Housing Organizations (EBHO), and many other partners to help build the YSA Tiny House Village for homeless youth. With the cooperation of the City of Oakland, City of Refuge UCC will host the Tiny House Village at 8400 Enterprise Way in Oakland.
Kehilla members were able to tour a Tiny House prototype at Kehilla on May 23rd , and a number of you have already signed up to help. Kehilla members Nikee Borden and Sam Gast have taken the lead and are trained build leaders. You can join the team by signing up for any of the build dates shown above. Give back to your community, while learning the construction skills needed to build a Tiny Home.
Please contact me if you have questions!