The Gathering Tree and Eden Village’s efforts in building a city where no one sleeps outside, saw the need to get people off the streets who may not have somewhere to stay for a night or for a short time. “We’re building our tiny home communities for the chronically homeless as fast as we can but know that there are still some individuals that may not fit the chronically homeless criteria that still need a safe place to sleep, Revive 66 is our solution to that need.” – Nate Schuler
Though an RV park isn’t a long-term solution to someone who is homeless, it can bring them much needed relief and help them clean themselves and their belongings, giving them needed confidence to improve their circumstances.
An RV park requires less of a geographical footprint, less staffing and fills a void that most cities across the U.S. have. Though housing is still at the forefront of The Gathering Tree’s mission, their supplementing with temporary support is now spreading across the country.
If you’re interested in more information about starting a Revive 66 in your hometown, drop us a note and we’ll send you additional information.