In five years the number of older woman experiencing homelessness has increased by 31% to close to 7,000 in 2016, Census data shows.
As an evolution of our pilot tiny-home project, we have designed a tiny home specifically for older women and mothers with young children.
Central Coast Council, NBRSArchitecture, Pacific Link Housing and Coast Shelter have again partnered with us to turn meanwhile-use land into safe and supported accommodation for women at risk of, or experiencing homelessness.
We need your help to build it!
Each tiny-home will be approximately 35m2 made up of a living/kitchen pod and a bedroom/bathroom pod that will frame a private deck to allow separation of living and sleeping spaces.
As well this project will be sustainably designed and oriented to maximise year-round livability; meet Livable Design Guidelines; and integrate employment and skills training development.
Click here for a two page summary of project cost and time estimates.
Join with us and help Australia become the first country to solve homelessness.
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