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Homes 4 the Homeless would like to issue a heartfelt thank you to DropIn Inc., Louis Ziskin, Joseph Shemesh and the rest for their in-kind support and donation of their on-demand live video inspection service. DropIn is an LA-based tech company that wants to change the way the insurance companies process claims with two-way video claims processing and drone-based appraisals.

Coronavirus is the new reality for our world, and it didn’t take long for us to realize that modular housing could provide a ready-made solution for those under quarantine, just as they can provide low-cost transitional housing for those experiencing homelessness.

Homes 4 the Homeless is proud to announce that it is now officially a public charity with tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code.

Homes 4 the Homeless invites you to be part of a revolution in affordable housing. Using automotive-based, modular homes and containers, our new nonprofit business is offering transitional housing for victims of natural disasters and homelessness, anywhere rapid-response housing is needed to help victims recover and find long-term residency.

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Congratulations to our friend Ryan Cooper on his new film Christmas A La Mode! Plan the perfect holiday date night to watch Ryan play an American tycoon on Lifetime Movie Network opposite co-star Katie LeClerc.

On November 1, 2019 a village of tiny homes for Canadian veterans in Calgary welcomed new tenants as the Homes for Heroes Foundation marked the beginning of its pilot project to provide housing and other support to struggling ex-servicemen.

On October 26, 2019 a small blaze near Geyserville, California, the Kincade Fire, fueled by 93 mph offshore winds, turned into a firestorm overnight that threatened the towns of Windsor and our hometown of Fulton just a mile away.

From Seattle to Austin, from Cincinnati to Santa Rosa, tiny home villages are springing up across the United States in response to skyrocketing housing and real estate prices. Turns out many are realizing the advantages of living a simpler life style. Spending less on housing and utilities means more money for your own happiness and personal welfare.

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