Veterans Community Project raffled this home to raise funds for Kansas City’s Veterans Village. All proceeds from the raffle directly contributed to their mission to end Veteran homelessness. The home was built through a collaboration between Veterans Community Project and Zack Giffin (co-host of Tiny House Nation) and sponsored by Honeywell.
Labor was provided by local homeless Veterans, Zack Giffin, Veterans Community Project, and many of Honeywell’s veteran-employees.
The 144-square-foot tiny house measures 18′ x 8′ and uses a modern rustic design. Inside you’ll find a barn wood ceiling and accent wall, farm sink in the kitchen, and a queen bedroom loft. A Zack Giffin custom staircase is also included.
Materials were provided by Home Depot and 2×4’s For Hope. Tools were provided by Milwaukee Tools. Additional labor was provided by the Carpenters Union, Teague Electric, United Heating and Cooling, and UAW Local 249.
The winning ticket was drawn on New Year’s day 2017.
Images © Veterans Community Project