Mission statement: We provide housing opportunities for people experiencing homelessness. We strive to make Quixote Village a supportive community that promotes access to the care and services its residents need to help them achieve their goals.
Vision: A community safely housed. A path to stability. A better quality of life.
Quixote Village is a tiny home village located in Olympia, WA. We provide housing for 30 previously homeless adults.
The Village is supported by Panza, a non-profit organization that grew out of the many faith communities that hosted and sustained Camp Quixote during its 6+ years of existence.
We welcome your interest and support, and we hope you will explore our history, photos, news, blogs, and more. And of course we hope you will consider volunteering or donating to help sustain our community!
Adopt A Tiny House
We have some great news! Always wanted to help the Village but didn’t know how? We are starting our new fundraiser “Adopt a Tiny House”. Check out the images below! You’ll get an awesome plaque and help fund our Village for the future! Contact us at 360-338-0451 if you’re interested or for more info.
New Villages Coming Soon…
You read that right! At our 3 year anniversary event we announced that we are working on two more villages! We feel the Village has been such a great success that we are going to be replicating it in Pierce and Mason County. For more info check out our other site at Tiny House Justice.