We’ve been hard at work on our Tiny House Project. Maine Seacoast Mission’s Scott Shaw has been busy keeping the job-site clean and clear of snow. The veteran who will be receiving this tiny house has been working hard to keep the site clear as well.
Assabet students are diligently working on the house in Massachusetts. We are very grateful for all of their hard work. We’re also grateful to the TV production students who are capturing all of this work via photograph and video. It is much more exciting to view the project through the eyes of a camera.
We are still looking for more sponsors. If you’re interested in teaming up with a great group of partners, please don’t hesitate to contact Scott Shaw or Bobbi Ann Harris. We’d be glad to use any materials or funds that are willing to donate. This house has been possible from the overwhelming generosity of our sponsors and the donated time from many of our contractors.
DCP, Assabet, Maine Seacoast Mission, and C.F. Adams Charitable Trust hope to have many more tiny house projects in the future. We believe in this project and the people’s lives that are being changed for the better.