By: Mindy Von Elling
An exciting new project dedicated to homeless veterans in Kansas City is at completion. Two Insco coating employees had the pleasure to volunteer to build tiny homes for the city’s veterans in need of a warm place to live and get back on their feet.
On January 27th, 2018, Pam Douglas and Felipe Flores donated their time and construction knowledge to build 13 tiny homes for homeless area veterans. This project was run by the Veteran’s Community Project, an organization dedicated to making a difference in the lives of veterans. These tiny homes comprise their own village and community so that veterans can be with others who have similar experiences and foster a strong support system.
On January 30th, 13 veterans moved into their new tiny homes. For more information about the Veteran’s Community Project and how to donate, please visit https://www.veteranscommunityproject.org/.