Impossible Roads Foundation and Home Depot Tiny House Project

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The Impossible Roads Foundation, in its efforts to feed, clothe, and provide shelter to those facing emergencies, is broadening its operational reach to complement its terrestrial need mapping efforts by partnering with home improvement giant Home Depot to build tiny houses for disabled veterans.  These tiny home projects are the first of their kind and have never been completed before using shipping containers as a base for a new home.  Shipping containers provide a rigid and stable source for modular housing that can be outfitted in a quick and economical fashion. Converted shipping container boxes allows Team Depot volunteers to effectively contribute and volunteer their time while doing something incredible for a great cause in a short amount of time.

Each build is funded by a generous grant from the Home Depot Foundation. Over 85 Home Depot volunteers have contributed to the project, and many more community volunteers have put their time treasure and talent to ensure that those veterans who have given so much…get a little goodwill and love in return.

If you were building a dream home for someone incredibly deserving; what appliances, accessibility accommodations, and art would you want to see provided?

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Robert Kitzinger September 20, 2018 - 12:38 pm

Will these containers be left on the chassis or will they be put on the ground

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admin September 20, 2018 - 1:50 pm

Every individual build that the Impossible Roads Foundation completes alongside Home Depot and Team Depot will comply with the local, municipal, and State guidelines and codes. Some locations have different rules for tiny homes and accessory dwelling units…and we always take that into consideration during the construction and development process. Thank you for showing interest and asking!

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