Infinity Village in Nashville is the first of its kind in the city. The project’s focus is to shelter the homeless by giving them their very own place to call home in the form of tiny mobile houses.
Infinity Village, the passion project of the Reverend Jeff Carr, is “joining a national trend of homeless housing solutions through micro-home villages,” as reported by USA TODAY.
While this project is now complete, getting there was not easy. It took 2 men, 45 days and donations amounting to $50,000 to finally build the 6 micro-homes of Infinity Village.
Each home is 60 sq. feet and has a Murphy bed, a mini-fridge, and heating/AC. To most of us it’s not much, but to the homeless like Roger McGue it’s a life-changing blessing.
Seeing him literally jump for joy as he points from his former dwelling in a tent to the air conditioned tiny home is such a beautiful picture of good.
In the opening ceremony of Infinity Village, Rev. Carr said some very inspiring words that we want to leave you with:
“The one thing that unites us is the one thing that we cannot see and that is the breath that we have right now.”
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