Social Justice 4 All is working on a project in collaboration with North Grand Neighborhood Services (NGNS) and the Rockwood School District which will result in 3 tiny attached houses. NGNS is a 501(c)(3) that has been working with the North Grand community since 2005. They are organized for charitable purposes related to community development activities for the support and benefit of the physical, economic, and social environment of the North Grand neighborhood. They promote the dignity of low-income persons and the community in which they share by developing affordable housing, employment and training for youth, and other community initiatives. For more information on NGNS you may go to their website by clicking here.
Summit and Eureka high schools, in the Rockwood School District, completed their part in building 2 of the 3 houses in August of 2018. The houses were transported from the schools to their permanent site at 3633 N. Market thanks to HWP Rigging. Both houses built by the schools are now complete and occupied by formerly homeless individuals.
The tiny houses are the property of NGNS and the residents will have access to the individualized services that they need to help them thrive.
Construction is almost completed on the 3rd house. We have reached our financial goal and thank everyone who has contributed to the success of the project.
Our Tiny Houses project was been adopted by St. Clare of Assisi Elementary School as a service and awareness project for the school years 2017-2018, 2018-2019, and 2019-2020 They raised over $13,000. Thanks St. Clare!
We are so grateful to HWP Rigging, the Homebuilders Association, 84 Lumber, Certain Teed, Ascension, Ameren, Vision Electric, Martin-Jetco Heating and Air Conditioning, Wholesale Plumbing, Merlo Plumbing, Vitt Heating and Cooling, Fielder Electric, and Hoette Concrete for their generous donations.
C F Vatterott Construction was instrumental in helping us obtain the funding from the Homebuilders Association and the huge discount on lumber and windows from Hackmann Lumber. Their expert advice has been a blessing.
Please click here for a complete list of donors.