Homeless To Be Housed In Tiny House Village In Austin (VIDEO / PICS)
I saw this on Facebook as was so touched that this group is helping the disabled homeless
in Texas. So wonderful and inspiring and makes me feel even more grateful for everything I have.
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will receive a discount price and a percentage of the funds will go to this
Happy Thanksgiving everyone.
Don't forget the less fortunate this holiday.
If that’s not enough, perhaps some Texans will take comfort in how this will affect the thing that really matters most to many of them: money. Graham points out that if 200 chronically homeless people become more self-sufficient, the $6.5 million project could save taxpayers in Central Texas approximately $10 million per year. Downtown Austin businesses expect to see a boon as 20 percent of Austin’s homeless will be taken off the streets, thereby motivating business owners and government officials to jump on board.