Eastside Neighbors Lecture Series: Tiny Homes for Good
Hosted by: Westcott Community Center
A Tiny Home for Good: Providing Affordable, Safe, and Dignified Housing to Individuals Facing Homelessness in Syracuse.
Andrew Lunetta has worked with those facing homelessness in Syracuse since 2008. His work at soup kitchens and shelters has enabled him to build relationships with those facing homelessness and gain an understanding of the epidemic’s root cause.
In 2014 he founded A Tiny Home for Good, dedicated to providing affordable, safe, and dignified housing to individuals facing homelessness. He is a bicycle rider and loves all things design and construction.
Bill Elkins got involved with A Tiny Home for Good through his career as an architect. A board member since the organization’s inception, Bill is responsible for the design of the tiny homes and backend work to make the project a reality. Bill is an avid water colorist. He teaches classes and leads groups across Central New York.