The H.O.M.E Fund

H.O.M.E = Housing Opportunities Made for Everyone

Since the start of the H.O.M.E Fund (formerly known as the Tiny House Project), over 34 veterans exiting homelessness have been housed through this fund and will begin to house families exiting homelessness by Fall of 2024 at the Cottage at Dundee


Housing Veterans Exiting Homelessness


The Cove At Dundee reduces veteran homelessness by providing a community of permanent, affordable tiny homes. Savannah’s Veteran’s Tiny House Project was the first of its kind in the state of Georgia and has now become the model and impetus of numerous tiny house villages supporting the needs of veterans experiencing homelessness. Over the last four years, our veteran community has provided homes for 51 previously homeless veterans. To date, our community has 36 tiny homes, 2 clubhouses, a tiny medical clinic, and gardens.


For Families Exiting Homelessness


Dundee Cottages is a 40-unit flexible housing development next to the Cove at Dundee. Like the Cove at Dundee, the Cottages are a first of its kind community for families and children exiting homelessness. There will be a total of 40 units with 3 different layouts depending on the size of the household and will be able to house up to 126 people total. This village will also have a caretaker cottage, a 2,000 square foot Community Center with a computer lab, laundromat, private counseling office, and a meeting room with a full kitchen for both communities.

The Tiny House Project Recieved the Platinum Transparency Award is 2022

Images by Geoff Johnson

Project Update

Tiny Homes For Big Heroes

The final phase of the Tiny House Project will provide the last 12 tiny homes to the community. Click the link below to find out more about how the campaign all began, its evolution and how you can help us to the finish line of Tiny House Project.

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