Texas Students Build Tiny Homes For Homeless Veterans

Students at a Texas high school recently completed construction of their second tiny home, which will be donated to a homeless military veteran.

Teens at Kingwood Park High School unveiled the house Monday, the latest structure from the Students Helping Veterans program.

Students Helping Veterans: Big Heroes, Tiny Homes is a student-led organization whose vision is for students to partner with local leaders in the Houston Area to create a tiny home community serving our area’s homeless veterans.

“It started as a vision for the students to be able to get some real-world experience building and doing construction stuff in our architecture classes while also being able to give back to veterans in need,” Brendan Flaherty, a 2020 graduate and designer of the tiny house, told the Houston Chronicle.

One Response to “Texas Students Build Tiny Homes For Homeless Veterans”

  1. Foun Dersfan says:

    Will the Vets need to purchase land to put the tiny house on? Will all local housing codes be met? Will they be “off grid” or tied into public utilities?

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