Project to build tiny homes for veterans gets $50K boost
Veterans Community Project says funds will help cover higher-than-anticipated costs caused by inflation
The building of tiny homes for area veterans and their families in Sioux Falls is being hit by inflation like any other construction jobs of late.
But the Veterans Community Project underway in northwest Sioux Falls is getting some relief thanks to a $50,000 grant from a national philanthropic group with a focus on patriotism, public service and history.
The Mary Chilton Daughters of the American Revolution Foundation has awarded its third annual Dorothy Day Davenport Grant to the Veterans Community Project, which will offset remaining expenses associated with construction of 25 tiny homes for homeless veterans.
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