Quixote 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. Village residents moved from Camp Quixote to the Village on Christmas Eve, 2013.
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, blog and links. And of course we hope you will consider volunteering or donating to help sustain this sensible, affordable and innovative approach to helping people who have been homeless build better lives.