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Tiny Village Spirit's

Community Work Day

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Group Plank Painting

with Berkeley's UUCB

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Plant Bed Building

for the Richmond Tiny House Village

Organizing communities to end homelessness

Tiny Village Spirit is a new SF Bay Area based project which has developed as a response to the emergency shelter crisis and the giant need for housing justice in California, the US, and globally.

We are both promoting construction of tiny house villages as an innovative model for addressing the housing crisis and are also engaged in community organizing of village residents and allies to create systemic change, toward garnering the resources needed to end homelessness.

The Problem

Homelessness has been on the rise since 2017, experiencing an overall increase of 6 percent. In January 2022, 582,462 people were experiencing homelessness across America. This amounts to roughly 18 out of every 10,000 people.


Our Solution

Tiny Village Spirit engages communities in the constituent-led development of emergency housing villages. Communities are given the tools to work towards systemic change needed to end the crisis of homelessness.


Get Involved

Join us as we work with our unhoused neighbors to build dignified and beautiful emergency housing.


Past Experience

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Oakland Tiny House Empowerment Village

Oakland's first legal tiny house village.

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Current Projects

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Richmond Tiny House Village Garden and Farm

Development now organizing for unsheltered youth in Richmond.

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