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You know that the tiny house movement has been around for a couple of decades now and has helped completely transform how people think about how they live. For many, the lure to downsize and live a simpler lifestyle brought them to the alternative housing idea of tiny houses. For others, a tiny house is their way to escape a life that may not be the best for them or their family as they are challenged with poverty, abuse, neglect, or homelessness. This story is about how tiny houses in Oshkosh, WI, are creating significant opportunities for families in crisis.
The big opportunity we’re going to explore is the collaboration between the Oshkosh Kids Foundation (OKF) and their goal of building a tiny house village to help the homeless families of Oshkosh with volunteer funds for maintenance and sustainability and their 17 community partners in this venture.