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Our Solution to Homelessness.

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L.A., Meet Your Solution to Homelessness. 

Through working with several architects and conceptual designers, we are proud to present our presidential model for our Earth Home system to combat homelessness. Using sustainable building materials, we plan to create communities for our homeless population so they can be given another chance with life.  Read more below about our partnership with homeless activist Ted Hayes, and to see more plans of our presidential models. 

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Our Earth Homes are Low in Cost and High in Efficacy and Compassion-

Using our models, we have planned out labor costs to keep them low, while providing livable wages to our volunteers and employees. We are proud to feature classes to the community, including arts and carpentry, agricultural practices, meditation, group therapy, and more. Through compassion, love, and rehabilitation, we hope to provide a new level of compassion to those who need it most. It's what we do. 

Using our models, we have planned out labor costs to keep them low, while providing livable wages to our volunteers and employees. We are proud to feature classes to the community, including arts and carpentry, agricultural practices, meditation, group therapy, and more. Through compassion, love, and rehabilitation, we hope to provide a new level of compassion to those who need it most. It's what we do. 

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Our Earth Homes Are Quick and Easy to Build. 

Our special team members will coordinate with builders, contractors, and more to streamline the building process. We've organized and mobilized and calculated our process to only take a few days to build an Earth Home- record speed in terms of building shelters for the homeless. Through instructive classes, we will even employ members of the community to come and learn how to construct an Earth Home in a matter of days. 

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Introducing Our Partnership With Ted Hayes.

Ted Hayes is an American advocate for the homeless and an activist.
Hayes' activism began in January 1985, when Justiceville, a community of homeless people in Los Angeles, was founded. It survived for five months, until authorities moved to shut down the shantytown. When they did, Hayes entered 35-day fast in protest. In 1987, with producer Tom Bolema and the Butchers, he recorded "Ted's Rap: Justiceville" about the bulldozing of the encampment.

In 1993 he founded Dome Village, a Los Angeles homeless facility consisting of geodesic domes designed by architect Craig Chamberlain and funded by ARCO. During the same year, he ran for mayor of Los Angeles during the primary election, receiving 0.63% of the vote. In the mid-1990s, he organized a youth- and homeless cricket team, now called the Compton Cricket Club, that toured Ireland and England and inspired an opera. He has served as president of the Los Angeles Social Cricket Alliance.

We are extremely proud to have such a powerful alliance with Ted, in our unified goal to bring love and compassion to our homeless community, and find creative ways to put an end to the homeless industrial complex.