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HOPE'S VILLAGE OF SLO
in San Luis Obispo, California
A 501(c)3 charitable nonprofit organization. Tax ID 46-0526292
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Santa Margarita, CA 93453
RV's for Veterans
We have now passed on 64 motor homes, travel trailers and fifths wheels to local homeless veterans and others ... no money exchanges hands, no liability is incurred.
Please call Becky about any unused RVs
DISCLAIMER: Any or all of these ideas might change if we think of something even better!
For many years, we've been reaching out to people here in SLO without housing. Many are longtime residents who have fallen into the gap in services for various reasons. They are either ineligible for or under-served by homeless services. Some don’t have the wherewithal to participate, or they lack the required income necessary to obtain housing. Some people simply cannot live in close proximity to others in a shelter setting due to their illnesses and issues. They need a hand up (not a hand out).
We have provided sleeping bags, clothing, food and water, and have helped house 20+ people through our outreach services. In the past, we’ve helped those who are sick get into motel rooms. We ensure people know aboutall homeless services available to them, and urge them to utilize these services.
We anxiously await the day when we help build their own tiny homes!
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The cabins will be built by the villagers with
volunteers using sustainable building methods. They are structurally sound, well insulated, and
a safe, warm and dry place to sleep.
Our model cabin demonstrates how well built and inexpensive these tiny homes are, built on chassis in order to be moveable. They are considered "specially-constructed mobile homes" by the DMV and are licensed as a “CA Permanent Trailer.”
Upcoming Project: Hope’s Village Organic Garden
Hope’s Village will have an organic vegetable & flower garden that will provide an opportunity for villagers to develop valuable job skills while experiencing the healing effects of working with plants. The garden will contribute to the village’s self-sufficiency while providing a source of
fresh local produce for the village and broader community.
For the past few years, we have had a
Cal Trans “Adopt-A-Highway” site on
Highway 58 at the Park 'n Ride (just
off US 101 heading into Santa Margarita,
California) where we pick up trash on
a regular basis.
Just another way we contribute to the well-being of our community!
Cabins on Wheels