#TeamTinyX is incredibly grateful for our generous sponsors! Each sponsor has become a vibrant part of our story. We couldn't do it without them. Thank you!
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Think BIG Sponsors:
Habitat Forsyth, building hope by building homes...
Generously providing materials donations from the ReStore, promotional support locally and networking with Habitat affiliates nationwide.
Habitat Forsyth acknowledges a very relevant opportunity to be explored: adding a tiny house to the Habitat housing portfolio to serve a broader base of partner families.
We believe wholeheartedly is Habitat's vision, a world where everyone has a decent place to live. As part of our cross-county expedition, we will be visiting Habitat affiliates nationwide to contribute & share ideas for thinking BIG & building small.
Did you know about 35% or more of our tiny house is composed of material & appliances from the Habitat Forysth & their ReStore?
Sign up to volunteer & build with Habitat Forsyth here.
Our building mentor, Tom Elsner, generously donating his expertise, shop, tools & land.
Tom is a dedicated builder, master carpenter and family man with a passion for carpentry design and construction, restoration and salvaged material.
Fun fact: Tom has built just about everything, but this is his first tiny house on wheels!
U-Haul, sustainable moving & towing resource...
Generously providing a moving truck to haul our tiny house on wheels all across the United States & Canada.
Did you know U-Haul rental trucks have a low profile, rounded corners and advanced chassis skirts to reduce wind drag and raise fuel economy 20%?
Our good friend Jessica Wilson of the Blank Space Project, collaborated with us and generously donated her design services by creating our beautiful logo.
Blank Space project is a design platform where sustainable grassroots ideas + community based projects come together.
Fun fact: Jessica & Alexis first met on a Habitat Forsyth job site, shingling & connecting over our love for tiny houses!
Build Small Sponsors:
Thank you Dow Building Solutions for the donated froth-paks! This is top-of-the-line closed cell spray foam, perfect for our traveling tiny house on wheels. Our energy efficiency is maximized. Great for all climates & severe temperature changes. Did we mention that it adds structural integrity & muffles sounds (a little extra privacy) too? We love a good multi-functional product!
The Millennium Fund generously awarded us with a grant to fund our community event, Tiny House Expedition on the Green, a tiny house community showcase, pop-up park & party. This event brought together a diverse cross-section of the Winston-Salem community, approximately 3,000 in attendance, for a day of fun and day of thought-provoking conversations about happy, healthy, sustainable communities.
Triad Corrugated Metal has provided the beautiful crowning jewel of our tiny house, an ivy green stand & seam metal roof! Swoon. Premium roofing that's basically maintenance free. . Our trip to their warehouse was so exciting, incredible machines & craftsmanship. We were amazed at the many vibrant colors available & kinds of metal roofing they offer. What color would use choose?
The Pollination Project awarded us with a seed grant. Their organization seeks to unleash goodness and expand compassion all over the world. They give daily seed grants to inspiring social change-makers who are committed to a world that works for all. We are humbled and honored to be recognized by this incredible project.
Fractured Atlas is a 501(c)(3) public charity, fiscally sponsors Tiny House Expedition, and contributions for the purposes of our project are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
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