Two months ago, Good News Network broke the story about Elvis Summers building a tiny home on wheels for a woman named Smokie who had been sleeping in the dirt near his home. The publicity generated around the world brought in $80,000 for his GoFundMe page, set up so he could build more shelters.
Now that Elvis has had time to get organized, he is calling for volunteers to join him in a marathon shelter-building event in July.
He has officially incorporated and successfully filed for 501(c)3 nonprofit status to launch My Tiny House Project L.A.
Now, who’s going with him?
Sign up here, if you’re interested.
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