We appreciate the opportunity to speak to members of the media, associations, groups and individuals about our collaborative vision.
Every day we are humbled by the magnitude of community support coming together around Everyone Village. This week, thanks to @CarryitforwardN's Hope on Wheels program, we received two RVs by donation for our villagers. #e1vhopehttps://t.co/wJPr913uv5— Everyone Village (@e1village) December 1, 2021
Everyone Village sits on 3.5 acres of land off of Dani and Janisse streets near Mattie Reynolds Park. https://t.co/Oks1QBtnGO— KEZI 9 NEWS (@KEZI9) November 29, 2021
“30 people will move in under phase one of the site’s opening and the village anticipates reaching the full capacity of 60 residents by summer.” https://t.co/rjg1I0llE8— Everyone Village (@e1village) November 23, 2021
The group is working with the local nonprofit Carry It Forward to supply prototypes of tiny houses. Their first available prototype sits on wheels, fits into a parking spot and plugs into a standard outlet for power.https://t.co/rTFsw43ep8— Carry it Forward (@CarryitforwardN) October 21, 2021
“There’s a lot of people just living in tents in the wintertime. They’re terrible and it’s hard to live that way so we wanted to make a well insulated, sturdy-designed tiny little shelter that you can be warm and out of the rain,” Casteel said. https://t.co/QepszGx89W— KEZI 9 NEWS (@KEZI9) October 13, 2021
Pastor Gabe shares vision for ‘Everyone Village’ https://t.co/ws0NmcLFPX— Eugene Community Newswire (@EugeneNewswire) September 29, 2021