HomesNOW! Not Later. is creating Homes for the Homeless
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patrons

$296
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HomesNOW! Not Later is a group of volunteers working together to provide homes and shelter for the homeless in Bellingham and Whatcom County.

HomesNOW! has a plan that is very simple. The plan is just to go from Point A to Point B. Build tiny homes and start putting people in them right away.

A CALL TO ACTION
Jim Peterson had a dream since 1993 to start solving homelessness, one person at a time.
HomesNOW! has a plan that is very simple. The plan is just to go from Point A to Point B, and that is to take a homeless person off the street and house them, plain and simple.
Jim Peterson presented this plan to the Department of Housing and Urban Development in 1994 and they told Jim that the plan was too simple and would never work.
Jim never gave up on that dream. So Jim Peterson and Doug Gustafson started HomesNOW! to finally implement that dream. Last week we filed for 501c3 status and we received our certificate of incorporation.
Our plan is very simple. Build tiny homes and start putting people in them right away.
The next stage going forward is to start buying up boarded up homes and vacant lots
in Whatcom County and empower the homeless themselves to rehab the homes they are going to live in.
Rewards
Free HomesNOW! T-Shirt
$50 or more per month 3 patrons
If you pledge $50/mo we will give you a free HomesNOW! T-Shirt in the size of your choosing.
HomesNOW! Not Later is a group of volunteers working together to provide homes and shelter for the homeless in Bellingham and Whatcom County.

HomesNOW! has a plan that is very simple. The plan is just to go from Point A to Point B. Build tiny homes and start putting people in them right away.

A CALL TO ACTION
Jim Peterson had a dream since 1993 to start solving homelessness, one person at a time.
HomesNOW! has a plan that is very simple. The plan is just to go from Point A to Point B, and that is to take a homeless person off the street and house them, plain and simple.
Jim Peterson presented this plan to the Department of Housing and Urban Development in 1994 and they told Jim that the plan was too simple and would never work.
Jim never gave up on that dream. So Jim Peterson and Doug Gustafson started HomesNOW! to finally implement that dream. Last week we filed for 501c3 status and we received our certificate of incorporation.
Our plan is very simple. Build tiny homes and start putting people in them right away.
The next stage going forward is to start buying up boarded up homes and vacant lots
in Whatcom County and empower the homeless themselves to rehab the homes they are going to live in.

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Rewards
Free HomesNOW! T-Shirt
$50 or more per month 3 patrons
If you pledge $50/mo we will give you a free HomesNOW! T-Shirt in the size of your choosing.