The Community Build Project is a community-started and community-run organization that mobilizes volunteer resources to build projects that will benefit those who are underserved in the community.
Moving Pat’s Place ( 7 mins)
Feb. 5, 2022
In April of 2021, Community Build began building shelters for their second community for the unsheltered. The shelters for Pat’s Place were built on the property of the Evangelical Bible Church in Port Townsend with the permission of Jim Lyman, the Pastor of the church, and the congregation. In this video Dennis shows how the buildings of Pat’s Place were moved from the building site to the property where they now rest. It was quite a process! The village will be managed by Bayside Housing & Services. Residents have already begun moving in.
Caswell-Brown: Move to a Brighter Future
Watch this video documenting the move from the County Fairgrounds tent encampment to the first phase of the Caswell-Brown shelter village on Mill Rd. What a difference!
Video credit: Dennis Daneau – thank you!
What do Tiny Home Villages do?
Hear Barb Oliver, Sound Foundations NW Operations Director, define homelessness as a problem of lacking community, and share how Tiny Homes address that problem (2 minutes).
Peter’s Place: Creating Community
Learn how Peter’s Place is doing 7 months later (7 min. video).
Film: Watch Community First, A Home for the Homeless
Our fundraiser is over, but you can still watch the movie, “Community First, A Home for the Homeless.” Learn how a group in Austin, Tx created a true HOME for the homeless.
July 31 Open House a success!
Thank you to everyone who came to our Open House and made it a success. Watch the video below to catch the highlights!
Join us for the Spring 2021 Build!
This spring 2021, the Community-Build Project is beginning a second Build Project. The project is scheduled to begin in mid-April. This video shows the many tasks within the project. Take action and sign up to Volunteer today!
Our first project was the development of Peter’s Place, a temporary tiny house village in Port Hadlock, WA. The village, Built in Partnership with Bayside Housing & Services and with the Community United Methodist Church, temporarily houses twelve residents.
Watch a video about building Peter’s Place
Our fiscal sponsor is StrongerTowns and our registered name is StrongerTowns DBA Community Build. All donations can be made out to Community Build and mailed to 2205 Redwood St. Port Townsend 98368.
We are always looking for more volunteers to help us build. Please sign up to get on our volunteer form and we will alert you of any volunteer opportunities. Don’t feel shy to drop us an email an any time – we are here to engage you in volunteering to help build community.
-CB organizers: Todd, Peter, Judy, Randy, Dave and Jesse