World Shelters featured on Huffington Post, Stone Soup

On October 8, World Shelters was featured on <a href="">The Huffington Post</a>, where DocuCinema’s Lee Schneider blogged about the SHELTER movie he is producing, which features World Shelter’s River Haven project in Ventura. He begins:<!–more–> "Is it possible to construct a village of new homes in a day, providing much-needed housing for the homeless in Ventura County, California? The answer is yes if you have a few hundred volunteers, two battalions of Navy Sea-Bees, an innovative design for geodesic domes, and some vision." For the rest of the article, check out the link above.

World Shelters was also profiled this week on the <a href=""></a>Stone Soup blog (see October 12 entry). The entry begins with a quote highlighting the humanitarian mission of World Shelters: "With the shelter cost of under $2 per person per day, there is now inherent affordability and dignity by the homeless themselves paying for shelter and showers." To read more, just follow the Stone Soup link above.&lt

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