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Homes in LA Once to Be Demolished Now Repurposed

By Rachel Lampert There are many ways we can combat homelessness. One of the alternatives is repurposinghousing from former projects that never happened. Located in the heart of the San Gabriel Valley. El Sereno, California announced a new form ofhousing. According to an article by John Orona from the San Gabriel Valley Tribune. He says,“…a …

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Delivering Makeshift Travelers to Los Angeles Department of Mental Health & Santa Clara Veterans Service Office

Today was an exciting day making two big deliveries to serve homeless veterans in California. Driving from San Francisco, our first delivery was of 40 Makeshift Travelers to the Santa Clara Veterans Service Office. After a lengthy drive, we then delivered 125 Makeshift Travelers to the Veteran Peer Access Network at the Los Angeles County …

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Visiting The Carey School in San Mateo + Hygiene Kits!

This afternoon I visited The Carey School in San Mateo, California where I met with students to discuss homelessness, housing, and product development. I am extremely appreciative of Teacher Mr. Glenn Hauser for his continue support of The HomeMore Project. His class put together nearly 100 Hygiene Kits which will be included in our Makeshift …

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Potential Housing Expansions in California

By Rachel Lampert California is constantly updating future endeavors and improvements for the state. Therefore, wemust dive deeper into possible future housing in the Golden State. Recently, Southern Californiahas had auditors from the state to approve plans for developing more houses. These includesuburbs hit the hardest by the housing crisis. Adhiti Bandlamudi from (West Coast …

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CA Governor’s Tiny-Home Expansion Postponed

By Rachel Lampert California is constantly looking for areas to grow. Governor Gavin Newsom’s plan to branch outhas been dealing with some trouble. Newsom has been a long-time supporter of finding outreachand resources that could better ensure the community. Last year in March of 2023, (West Coaststations and Q.E.D.) – Vanessa Rancaño and Sydney Johnson …

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New Grant Awards: CPPS Heritage Mission Fund & Healthcare Advocates International

We are extremely excited to announce two new grant awards which will help serve individuals experiencing homelessness in California with our Makeshift Traveler. The first grant award is from the CPPS Heritage Mission Fund for $5,000 which will help us distribute a Makeshift Traveler to 50 individuals experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles in late July, …

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Skid Row Provides Support to Unhoused Local Artists

By Rachel Lampert Skid Row has had an impact on the lives of many. Located in Downtown Los Angeles, Skid Rowis known for housing a largely diverse homeless population. Los Angeles Times – Julissa Jamesdescribes a sense of community and belonging for these individuals. Artists who are part of theneighborhood such as Clancey Cronwell. Cornwell …

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