welcomeQuixote Village grew from the vision of a self-governing tent camp of homeless adults in Olympia, Washington.  The Village consists of 30 tiny cottages, a large vegetable garden and a community building that contains showers, laundry facilities, a communal kitchen and living and dining space.  (more…)

Quixote Village Celebration 

The Village won a Silver Medal for Urban Excellence in a national competition sponsored by the Rudy Bruner Foundation.

The Bruner Foundation presented the award to the Village, and honored several of our partners for their role in creating the Village. They also presented Panza with a check for $10,000.

This is a prestigious affirmation of the vision of Camp Quixote’s founders, and of all of you who have helped and supported us through the long journey to build and open Quixote Village.