In Kansas, they built free homes for veterans who have nowhere to live

In Kansas, they built free homes for veterans who have nowhere to live

Categories: Design and Architecture | Society

Members of The Veterans Community Project in Kansas city are trying to improve the lives of American veterans. Thanks to the generous donations of the community members themselves, they were able to implement the project and build a Village of Veterans, where former soldiers who do not have their own corner can live absolutely free of charge in small but full-fledged houses.

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In Kansas, they built free homes for veterans who have nowhere to live

In Kansas, they built free homes for veterans who have nowhere to live

The village consists of 50 houses, each of which is no larger than a studio apartment.

In Kansas, they built free homes for veterans who have nowhere to live

The settled veterans will be provided with food and basic necessities, as well as give them a long-forgotten sense of personal space, security and stability.

In Kansas, they built free homes for veterans who have nowhere to live

Each house has a fully equipped kitchen and a bathroom.

In Kansas, they built free homes for veterans who have nowhere to live

 

In Kansas, they built free homes for veterans who have nowhere to live

The atmosphere in the settlement should help veterans feel less lonely and isolated from life.

In Kansas, they built free homes for veterans who have nowhere to live

A community center under construction nearby will host trainings and consultations that should help veterans change their lives and cope with injuries.

In Kansas, they built free homes for veterans who have nowhere to live

The members of the community themselves say about themselves: "Veterans are trying to help veterans."

In Kansas, they built free homes for veterans who have nowhere to live

The community has implemented many projects aimed at helping homeless veterans and fighting against the neglect of such people in society.

In Kansas, they built free homes for veterans who have nowhere to live

The construction of each house cost 10 thousand dollars.

Keywords: Homeless | Free | Charity | Veterans | Home | Settlement | Construction

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