Quixote Village Celebration

#GiveLocal Campaign
We received a grant from The Community Foundation of South Sound. The grant only provides a portion of the funding toward our goal, but through Give South Puget Sound, YOU can help us reach it! Visit www.thecommunityfoundation.com between November 21st and December 13th to help Quixote Village keep on thriving!

Everyone deserves safe and affordable housing
We strongly believe at Quixote Village that everyone deserves safe and affordable housing. We work to provide housing for our community members experiencing homelessness in Thurston County, Washington. We are a tiny house village that offers communal living with rich peer mentorship and support. Our staff work side-by-side with residents to help them reach their individual goals and to connect them with various community services. Our houses are economically efficient, costing less than half of what it costs to build your average apartment. We also leave a smaller footprint with our simple 144 sq. ft. homes. But the most rewarding part of it all, is that our residents are no longer homeless. Housing is a primary need, first and foremost. Once residents are housed they are then able to work on other aspects of their lives such as education, employment, substance use, physical health, and mental health. This is no easy feat. Our residents are resilient survivors and we see their successes here every day.

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 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.

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