Category Archives for "Humanitarian"
Anyone who is interested in tiny homes or alternative living also seems to have a streak of nomadism running through their veins. Nomads like to experience a variety of different countries, cities, towns, and homes—especially for free or cheap. One service that hopes to blend nomadism with free places to stay is Nomador. This company … Read moreContinue reading
Unless you are in the middle of a war, there is no way you can understand what the people of Ukraine are now facing. People all over the world are getting an up-front view of invasion and the strong people of this independent nation. Solidbud is located in the Rivne region of Ukraine. I wanted … Read moreContinue reading
There are some lucky tiny house dwellers who enjoy the convenience of a washing machine or a full laundry center in their home. However, many tiny houses are not built with a washing machine and the owners are required to head to the laundromat or find alternative ways to wash clothes. Some tiny house dwellers … Read moreContinue reading
Tiny home shelter villages for the homeless are popping all over Washington state. First, they appeared in Seattle. Like many US cities, Seattle is experiencing a staggering homelessness crisis. Low Income Housing Institute stepped in to help. Originally, they partnered with the city and other nonprofits, especially Nickelsville, to create low-cost shelters for individuals and … Read moreContinue reading
People who depend on their public libraries for materials, free internet, classes, and community have been left out in dark for the last few months. Since the start of COVID-19, many public libraries have been closed or available on a limited basis to honor social distancing guidelines. This is where the nation’s little free libraries … Read moreContinue reading