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The core mission of Homes 4 the Homeless is to use modular building techniques to provide safe, comfortable and cost effective rapid-response housing that will help those affected by homelessness transition to self-sufficiency. By reducing the amount spent on housing costs, more funding will be available to put towards the services and support that this underserved community so desperately needs. The inspiration for our nonprofit came when our founder became homeless as a result of the Tubbs Fire in 2017 and he has been eager to find a solution for Sonoma County every since.
Our nonprofit business model offers significant advantages in reducing costs and harnessing good will to deliver superior results. We are eager to engage with nonprofits, municipalities, corporate social responsibility, volunteers, and most importantly the end users, to deliver this important piece of the larger effort to help reduce homelessness.
The basic building block of our mission is the 20-foot modular home we call the MiniMod which can house three to four people in private quarters. Supported by our partnership with CIMC, we have access to a supply chain of MiniMods that can be delivered in volume within 75-90 days. These homes are built in the same footprint as shipping containers, are easily customized and are designed to be intermodal for easy shipping, even delivered folded down inside a 53-foot shipping container and assembled on-site into a tiny village by our team within hours.
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